Paper Clippings The Blog of The Crossroads Cultural Center

Paper Clippings, more than a classical blog, is a service providing valuable reading material in order to help readers reach a judgment about current affairs. Comments and discussion are more than welcome.

Saturday
Jun232012

The leaden age

An important and, in fact, necessary component of contemporary "progressive" culture is a completely mythological vision of history which is systematically fostered by the educational establishment.
Saturday
Jun232012

How history is written

Eamon Duffy on the history of the Reformation.
Wednesday
Jun202012

Here comes everyone

Michael Sean Winters on the theology of Bill Keller
Monday
Jun182012

The problem is the adults

A new movie about education.
Thursday
Jun072012

My friend

A recollection of Ray Bradbury.
Wednesday
Jun062012

US politics as a universal paradigm

Patrick J. Deenen on the scourge of progressive-vs.-conservative Catholicism and E. J. Dionne.
Monday
Jun042012

Stuck

The single-mother revolution.
Monday
Jun042012

Paradise

The Pope talks about his childhood.
Thursday
May312012

Hard times

A movie on the Cristeros rebellion.
Tuesday
May152012

No judgement

Leon Wieseltier does not approve of Google-mysticism.
Monday
May142012

Forgotten

A conference on Cardinal Danielou.
Monday
May072012

To be happy

Fr. James V. Schall on the end of the academic year.
Friday
May042012

Uncontrollable emotion

John Allen on contemporary martyrs.
Wednesday
May022012

Incurable?

A book review by John Gray.
Wednesday
Apr252012

Before the Fall

An article by CCC board member Greg Wolfe.