Monthly Archives: December 2012

Orthodixie Under Review

Having taken most of the year off from blogging and podcasting, I now come to the end of my hiatus. At least, that’s the plan; resolutions can be slippery!  In previous years I’ve done a year-in-review audio snapshot of the … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas (from the Moon)

On this day in 1968, the crew of the Apollo 8 spacecraft returned to a course for Earth after orbiting the moon 10 times over 20 hours. They were the first humans to ever leave our planet’s orbit, and the … Continue reading

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Silent Night(s) – A History

Taken from today’s edition of The Writer’s Almanac: It was on this day in 1818 that the carol “Silent Night” (Stille Nacht! Heilige Nacht!) was first performed at the Church of St. Nicholas in Oberndorf, Bavaria. Father Joseph Mohr was … Continue reading

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Another Ordinary Year in America

by Anthony Esolen The student congress at Harvard, America’s most prestigious “institution of higher learning,” as the euphemism goes, has voted to provide funds to a campus group promoting sadomasochistic sex. Members of the Love and Fidelity Network, a group … Continue reading

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Orthodoxy in Dixie … The MOVIE!

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I’m [blank] — You Get Over It!

The Mrs and I saw these buses all around London during our visit in October. I wondered about the drivers …Here’s a story that begs the question.What do you think?Send me your thoughts — HERE; update coming soon.

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