Tag Archives: Belloc

Brandon Vogt’s Least Read Blog Post? That Would Be This One…

Originally posted on July 15, 2010, almost one year before The Church and New Media burst onto the scene. Another week, another pithy review of European History. I have to think that when Belloc wrote this book in 1936, he … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Mentions Pelagians in His Chrism Mass Homily…

And everyone runs for their history books! Oh wait. Not really. 

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With the HHS Mandate, Belloc’s Heresy “The Modern Phase” Has Arrived UPDATED

A couple of years ago, when I was boring folks with YIMCatholic Book Club posts, we tackled Hilaire Belloc’s The Great Heresies. We started it around the time school was out in the Summer of 2010, beginning with the Introduction. We … Continue reading

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For Catholic Thoughts on Life and Death Brought About By Tragedy UPDATED

By the sweat of your brow you shall eat bread, Until you return to the ground, from which you were taken; For you are dust, and to dust you shall return.—Genesis 3:19 We’re almost a third of the way through … Continue reading

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