Count Clemens August von Galen was born March 16,1878 at Dinklage Castle in Dinklage, Grand Duchy of Oldenburg, Germany to one of the oldest and most distinguished Catholic noble families of Westphalia. He was the eleventh of thirteen children, the … Continue reading Count Clemens August Cardinal von Galen, The Lion of Münster
Recently, I was able to get a number of interview questions through to Jim Marter, a Republican currently running for the position in Illinois’ State Congress. This was a great chance to get Jim’s political views on a range of issues. … Continue reading Interview with State Congress Candidate James Marter
Western socialists and communists are claiming the economic recovery of Portugal shows the case for “anti-austerity” measures as a response to the financial crisis. In my native Spain, advocates of the reedition of Popular Front espouse that argument as well. … Continue reading Portuguese Economical Situation Hasn’t Improved Thanks To Interventionism
Pope Pius XII was born Eugenio Pacelli on March 2,1876 in Rome, Italy to Filippo Pacelli and Virginia Graziosi. His family was devoutly Catholic and had ties to the Catholic Church. His grandfather, Marcantonio Pacelli, had been Under-Secretary in the Papal Ministry … Continue reading Pope Pius XII, The Hero and Rescuer of World War II
Less than 2 weeks ago, when most of America was celebrating love on Valentine’s Day, a high school in Parkland, Florida was shaken to its core when a madman, identified as Nicholas DeJesus Cruz, armed with an AR-15 Semiautomatic Sporting Rifle, … Continue reading Tragedy in Parkland, Florida: Where Does the Blame Lie?
Father Thomas Byles was born on February 24,1870 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England, UK to Reverend Alfred Holden Byles, a Congregationalist minister and Louisa Davids. His family was a devout Congregationalist family and young Thomas was religious his entire life. Between … Continue reading Father Thomas Byles, Hero of the RMS Titanic
February 2018, it’s finally that time again – the Winter Olympics, this year being held in Pyeongchang. This is a time of international unity, healthy competition, celebrating accomplishment, and overcoming the odds. We were able to gain enough trust in … Continue reading Dear Gus, You’re No Johnny