Tag Archives: Aristotle

WDTPRS – 6th Sunday remaining after Epiphany: true “active participation” at Mass

As we approach the end of another liturgical year, an odd thing happens in the Church’s traditional, pre-Conciliar calendar. The Sundays left over after Epiphany, after Christmas, are finally dusted off and prayed until the liturgical year is concluded.  This has … Continue reading

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Countering “woolly-minded relativism” with Classical Studies

I recently posted about a new liberal arts college for England. Thanks to rogueclassicism I found an article on the site of Times Higher Education which will be of interest to many of you.  My emphases and comments. Reading Aristotle … Continue reading

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