Civilização latina ou judaico-cristã?

Rúben Calderón Bouchet, historiador argentino, Revista Gladius # 1, 1984advocatusfidei.blogspot.com Por quê latina? Tornou-se moda entre os cristãos, ademais insuspeitáveis, referir-se à nossa religião com a denominação de judaico-cristã. Como em geral o uso de tais locuções tem o…

Crimes in Concrete

First Things · by Theodore Dalrymple  In a recent debate in Prospect magazine on the question of whether modern architecture has ruined British towns and cities, Professor James Stevens Curl, one of Britain’s most ­distinguished architectural ­historians, wrote as his opening…

St. Thomas: Now More Than Ever

An interview with Josef Pieper crisismagazine.com · by Thomas D. D’Andrea · March 1, 1990 Editor’s note: Josef Pieper is the noted author of such works as Leisure: The Basis of Culture and The Four Cardinal Virtues. He has been a member…

Cultural counter-revolution

Fr. Alain Lorans, SSPX Editor’s Note: The following is a conference given by Fr. Alain Lorans as part of a summer university course of The Society of Saint Pius X from August 12-16, 2017 on…

Remi Brague: The Legend of the Middle Ages

Interviewed by Christophe Cervellon and Kristell Trego “Rémi Brague is one of the few scholars alive who is equally an expert on medieval Arabic, Jewish, and Latin philosophy (as well as on ancient Greek philosophy)….

Notas sobre a oração

O presente artigo é uma adaptação do terceiro capítulo da obra clássica “Amor Sublime” (‘This Tremendous Lover’), de Dom Eugene Boylan, OCR (1904 – 1964), intitulado “A procura de Cristo na oração”. Boylan foi um…

The Divine Plan

by Jacques Maritain The divine plan is not a scenario prepared in advance, in which free subjects would play parts and act as performers. We must purge our thought of any idea of a play…