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51. Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture: Volume > 20 > Issue: 4
Marisa Pierson Apocalyptic Conversion in a Sacramental World: The Meeting of Heaven and Earth in Chesterton’s The Ball and the Cross
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Rev. Lawrence B. Porter St. Lawrence’s Death on a Grill: Fact or Fiction? An Update on the Controversy
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reconsiderations
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Richard M. Reinsch II Orestes Brownson’s Freedom of the Church: Introducing Orestes A. Brownson’s Essay “Civil and Religious Freedom”
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Orestes A. Brownson “Civil and Religious Freedom” from Seeking the Truth
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Contributor Notes
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David Paul Deavel Preface: A Man of Tradition: Michael Novak, 1933–2017
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Michael P. Foley Does Nature Abhor a Vacuum of Patriarchy?: Missing Fathers in the Films of Whit Stillman
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Thomas W. Smith Founding Humanities: Returning to the Human
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Timothy Hanchin “From below upwards”: Worship and Wonder in Catholic Higher Education
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Kevin Schemenauer The Infused Virtue of Simplicity: Saint Francis de Sales and Dietrich von Hildebrand
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