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Orthodoxy and Heresy: Dante’s Paradiso Canto XI

  St. Dominic and St. Francis, wisdom and love, judgement and non-judgment.   Last and most important, it is exactly this which explains what is so inexplicable to all the modern critics of the history of Christianity. I mean the … Continue reading

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Helaire Belloc – “The Great Heresies”

As indicated in an earlier post, among the books I have the luxurious freedom to read or re-read while I’m waiting on a publisher to get back to me on my manuscript is Hilaire Belloc’s “The Great Heresies.” (The others … Continue reading

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The nature of the Church…

“It is in the nature of the Church to provoke the anger and attack of the world.” Hilaire Belloc, who made this remark, pointed out that it is not heresy to reject Christianity. Heresies, he correctly observed, leave many or … Continue reading

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