Darrick Taylor

Darrick Taylor earned his PhD in History from the University of Kansas. He lives in Central Florida and teaches at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, FL. He also produces a podcast, Controversies in Church History, dealing with controversial episodes in the history of the Catholic Church.

recent articles

The Once and Future Christendom

Thinking clearly and asking ourselves hard questions about the future is the first step toward finding alternative ways of living the Faith that will outlast the current crisis the Church finds herself in.

God and Man’s Best Friend

I don’t think it is wrong to mourn for a beloved pet, as long as our affection for them helps us to live more simply and grow in love for God and neighbor.

The Last Temptation of the Lay Apologist

Lay apologists today, because of the media environment and other circumstances in society, face temptations that their predecessors did not; primary among them is the clickbait temptation.

Is Traditionalist Catholicism a Sect?

Traditionalist Catholicism is much like a sect, sociologically speaking, but the wider Church should learn from that if she wants to survive in the modern world.

Wokeism Is Liberalism

Many associate Wokeism as a form of Marxism, but it’s more accurate to say it’s a form of Liberalism.

Beethoven and the Supersymmetry of Christ

Despite sin, death, decay, pain, and suffering, a greater harmony, greater beauty and love, exists. Beethoven captures this “supersymmetry” of Christ in music with his “Holy Hymn.”

The Conservative Ghost Dance

Conservatives who appeal to traditional aspects of American polity as a means of defeating the new seemingly unstoppable threat to the world they have known are setting themselves up for disaster.

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