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Catholic College Bans ‘Yoga’ To Protect Against ‘Hindu Mysticism’


Benedictine_College_seal-1200px-YogaClassBenedictine College has found a budding cell of Hindu mysticism in its small Catholic college in Atchison, Kansas.  The school has gotten rid of the “yoga” classes to avoid the taint of a Hindu association. A new course will be renamed as “lifestyle fitness” and involving “stretching” to sanitize the classes of exotic religious influence.

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Hate Crimes & the Myth of ‘Islamaphobia’


Pope Francis Lays Hands On…

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[AUDIO] Hi Fi Hymn Book: I Bind Unto Myself Today (St. Patrick’s Breastplate)

Limiting Free Speech: Did The Pope Get It Right? David Harsanyi Doesn’t Think So


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Catholics and Postmodernity


How do you speak the language of morality in an age of militant secularism?

Editor’s note: The following address was given at a gathering of the St. Thomas More Sociey of the Diocese of Green Bay on October 24.

George Weigel writes:  Let me begin by thanking my friend Judge Bill Griesbach for describing me here in Titletown U.S.A. as “the Aaron Rodgers of Catholic public intellectuals.” As a native of Baltimore with a long memory, I’ll be happy to accept that accolade if the good people of Green Bay will finally admit that Don Chandler shanked that field goal in the 1965 Colts/Packers playoff game.

Tonight, I want to violate the canons of after-dinner remarks, skip the requisite joke-every-two-paragraphs, and get right down to the business at hand: to drill beneath the surface of American public life in order to explore what’s going on down there; to examine how what’s going on down there shapes the controversies and arguments of the day; and to suggest how that bears on Catholics and other men and women whose consciences are formed by Great Tradition Christianity in these United States in the early 21st century.

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