Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Catholic Writer Today

Dana Gioia has an interesting piece in First Things entitled “The Catholic Writer Today” where he ventures to describe a Catholic worldview that a writer might manifest: “Catholic writers tend to see humanity struggling in a fallen world.  They combine … Continue reading

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Nixon and Reagan

The Presidents Club is producing its fair share of humorous anecdotes. After quoting from a friendly letter Nixon wrote to Reagan in 1967 the authors write: “Seldom has a politician been less qualified to give a rival advice on charming … Continue reading

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