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The Sophia Option

Rod Dreher is much to be commended for getting contemporary American Christians of a conservative or tradition-oriented bent interested in the idea he calls “the Benedict Option.” But I have to confess that something about his project leaves me uneasy. From my perspective, the Ben Op was born out of an increasing sense of anxiety […] (Read More)
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The Catholic Church is Bigger on the Inside

Freedom at the Eucharistic Altar

Editor’s Note: In the spirit of his recently released Angelico Press book, God’s Gamble, Gil Bailie reflects on the mystery of faith. By Gil Bailie G. K. Chesterton was an adult convert, who acknowledged that one of the great surprises of his life was discovering that: The Catholic Church is bigger on the inside than it is […] (Read More)
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The Morning Star, or the Beautiful Revolution

Morning Star Farm (Photo courtesy of Scot Martin)On July 22nd and 23rd of this year, Morning Star Farm in Waterloo Township, Michigan hosted a conference entitled The Radical Catholic Reimagination of Everything. People attended from as far away as New Jersey and New Hampshire in order to swelter in the 90 degree heat and begin to envision a new way of being […] (Read More)
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Welcome to Our New Site!

Welcome to the new Angelico Press website! Thanks to the many man-hours put in by our website designer we are thrilled to welcome you to our new home! Our new site was created to help you more easily find your favorite titles and other works based on your interests. Browse books by title or by […] (Read More)
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The Radical Catholic Reimagination of Everything

Michael Martin I’ve been contemplating, probably for years, the cries of “Wisdom! Be attentive!” which appear at several significant moments of the Byzantine liturgy. They occur, for those who may not know, at the Little Entrance, as the book of the gospels is held before the holy doors; prior to the readings of the epistle […] (Read More)
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Profoundly Pro-Life Pagan Philosophers?

Kevin Vost The primary end of marriage is community of life with a view to the procreation of children….  —Musonius Rufus, Lecture 13A I envisioned the book The Porch and the Cross: Ancient Stoic Wisdom for Modern Christian Living as a way to introduce modern Catholics and other Christians to the wonderful practical lessons of the […] (Read More)