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Michael Schrauzer
Untitled (1953); No. 14 (White and Greens in Blue, 1957); Untitled(1949) by Mark Rothko. Located in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D....
Anthony Esolen
The demand for freedom without responsibility parallels the growth of the omnipotent state, for radical individualism and invasive government...
Karl Keating
For nearly 30 years I have kept a log of the books I have finished reading—not of those I have dipped into, browsed, read much of, or sampled,...
Michael Schrauzer
Medusa (1597) by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, located in the Uffizi, Florence, Italy. It must take a special kind of artistic audacity...
Cherie Peacock
The cover story last issue was about the English martyrs of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries—victims of those "olden days" of religious...
Alice von Hildebrand
Because we reject one particular philosophical position, we are often tempted to endorse another position that seems to be opposed to the first...
Jack Taylor
Modernism has old roots. It may seem to be the wave of the future, but it's really the wave of the past.
"Belief is natural to the mind, and it is natural for the will to love: so much so that if valid objects be lacking they will necessarily...