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Education – A World Without Hope – By Anthony Esolen On Crisis Magazine


Education – Anti-Catholic Bigotry Stirred over Student’s Open Support for Abortion at Catholic School – Breitbart


Education –  Rowan Williams and Richard Dawkins oppose expansion of Catholic schools | CatholicHerald.co.uk


The decline of play in preschoolers — and the rise in sensory issues


Catholic Education – Is This The Beginning Of The Enshrinement Of A 3rd Sex In Catholic Schools –

A False Dichotomy – Crisis Magazine     


Freedom Of Speech On Campuses Begins To Fall Even At Catholic Universities – Totalitarianism Is On The Rise  – On the Strange Function of Absolutes – Crisis Magazine


Georgetown Catholic University Law (Federally Funded ) Attempts A Fake Law Suit Against Alex Jones And Info Wars

Georgetown U, Deep State Sues Alex Jones, Allen West & Others –  On Alex Jones’Infowars:


Robert Spencer: Pro-Hijab Oppression at the University of Central Florida – YouTube


Pro-Aborts Attempt To Block TFP On Campus – Video

Pro-Abortion Students Found Speechless at Bloomsburg University – TFP Student Action


Education Update : Unless you want them to be indoctrinated, take your kids out of public schools | LifeSite


Take your kids out of class: Tucker Carlson and Jordan Peterson On Fox News discuss the decline of masculinity | News | Lifesitenews


Jordan Peterson: Disney’s Frozen is ‘deeply propagandistic,’ an ‘appalling piece of rubbish’ | News | LifeSite


Police arrest and charge woman protesting Jordan Peterson, had concealed weapon | News | LifeSite


The globalists lobbied young adults to attempt to disrupt Jordan Peterson’s talk on campus. As he spoke the unadulterated truth about what was happening in our education, our culture, and our Faith

He said loudly and clearly – “ Do you hear that sound ?! Make no mistake about it – that is the sound of the barbarians pounding at the gates “

(They’re coming for your children)



7 Ways Fr. James Martin Is Harming the Catholic Faith – TFP Student Action


Why Parents Should Fight Common Core Education – TFP Student Action



Traditional Catholic Education In NJ For Grammar School Age Children


Our Lady of Mount Carmel School – Classical Catholic Education in Boonton, NJ, Grades Pre-K to 8


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Fund Raiser – Sedes Sapienetiae School @ The Mansion At Mountain Lakes (New Jersey)  With Guest Speaker Father George Rutler


Introducing young people to the mastering of Sacred Music – On You Tube


Traditional Folk Music from Gregory the Great Academy – Gregory the Great Academy



March 14 – St. Antonio de Cartago, Antonio Categero, or St. Anthony of Carthage – The Franciscan Tertiary – On Tradition In Action


March 14 –Patroness of Those Falsely Accused – St. Matilda, Queen of Saxony – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites



King Henry and Queen Matilda. Photo by M. Kunz.

From a letter by Saint Maximus the Confessor, abbot The mercy of God to the penitent

God’s will is to save us, and nothing pleases him more than our coming back to him with true repentance. The heralds of truth and the ministers of divine grace have told us this from the beginning, repeating it in every age. Indeed, God’s desire for our salvation is the primary and preeminent sign of his infinite goodness. It was precisely in order to show that there is nothing closer to God’s heart that the divine Word of God the Father, with untold condescension, lived among us in the flesh, and did, suffered, and said all that was necessary to reconcile us to God the Father, when we were at enmity with him, and to restore us to the life of blessedness from which we had been exiled. He healed our physical infirmities by miracles; he freed us from our sins, many and grievous as they were, by suffering and dying, taking them upon himself as if he were answerable for them, sinless though he was. He also taught us in many different ways that we should wish to imitate him by our own kindness and genuine love for one another.

So it was that Christ proclaimed that he had come to call sinners to repentance, not the righteous, and that it was not the healthy who required a doctor, but the sick. He declared that he had come to look for the sheep that was lost, and that it was to the lost sheep of the house of Israel that he had been sent. Speaking more obscurely in the parable of the silver coin, he tells us that the purpose of his coming was to reclaim the royal image, which had been coated with the filth of sin. You can be sure there is joy in heaven, he said, over one sinner who repents.

To give the same lesson he revived the man who, having fallen into the hands of the brigands, had been left stripped and half-dead from his wounds; he poured wine and oil on the wounds, bandaged them, placed the man on his own mule and brought him to an inn, where he left sufficient money to have him cared for, and promised to repay any further expense on his return.

Again, he told of how that Father, who is goodness itself, was moved with pity for his profligate son who returned and made amends by repentance; how he embraced him, dressed him once more in the fine garments that befitted his own dignity, and did not reproach him for any of his sins.

So too, when he found wandering in the mountains and hills the one sheep that had strayed from God’s flock of a hundred, he brought it back to the fold, but he did not exhaust it by driving it ahead of him. Instead, he placed it on his own shoulders and so, compassionately, he restored it safely to the flock.

So also he cried out: Come to me, all you that toil and are heavy of heart. Accept my yoke, he said, by which he meant his commands, or rather, the whole way of life that he taught us in the Gospel. He then speaks of a burden, but that is only because repentance seems difficult. In fact, however, my yoke is easy, he assures us, and my burden is light.

Then again he instructs us in divine justice and goodness, telling us to be like our heavenly Father, holy, perfect and merciful. Forgive, he says, and you will be forgiven. Behave toward other people as you would wish them to behave toward you.