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It is a well-known fact that the Negro is, in the South, a second class citizen. But even in the rest of the United States, in the land of Whitman, Emerson, Lincoln, and Susan P.

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Several of Lyon’s major publishers – Luxemburg de Gabiano, Jacopo Giunta, Hugues de la Porte, Vincent de Portonaris and Antoine Vincent – formed a major cartel around 1540, known as the…

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The 'Faith' of Christopher Hitchens

Perhaps no better wordsmith have we seen in many a decade than have we seen in the late Christopher Hitchens. I am fascinated by the premise of this  405 fler ord

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Connecting the Dots

So, why would I write about the Cardinal anyway? For one, he helped to found Montreal through the Compagnie des Cents Associes and supported Samuel de Champlain in establishing colonies there. 328 fler ord

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Catholic and Reformed

It’s common for Episcopalians and other Anglicans to speak of our Church as being both “Catholic and Reformed.” Is this just a cute slogan? Does it mean, in the expression of some of our friends in the Catholic Church, that we offer “Catholic-lite?” Catholicism without the guilt? 955 fler ord

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