Category: Culture

The Fact of Food: Eating as the Basis of Culture

August 10, 2018
Something has gone wrong with our culture, or at least it seems that way by how many people make a living criticizing it, trying to fix it, or checking out of it altogether.  That last one is impossible, but it makes a good story.  Just consider how many institutes, apostolates, and publications say they are […]

In Defense of Gentlemanly Things

September 22, 2014
The following is a guest post by Jason Craig, Executive Director of Fraternus. Vanity turns us in on ourselves, like all sin. But in the case of the superficial or vain “gentleman” we are turned inward with the false image of being a man for others, a vanity more pitiable than others. The gentleman, after […]

A Catholic Gentleman’s Manifesto

November 23, 2013
Hello Everyone! My name is Dominic Cassella (aka The Hound), I am one of the Co-Founders of the Catholic Dormitory, and I would like to thank Sam for inviting me to be an occasional writer for the Catholic Gentleman. The list below was originally posted on the Dormitory, but I believe it needs to be spread around a […]

3 Evils Every Man Can Fight

October 11, 2013
A few days ago, I wrote about the courageous Catholic men who scaled the walls of Lisbon to free their land from oppression. The truth is, most of us will not have to go into battle to fight for freedom, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still fight for the good, the true, and the beautiful […]

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