Unsung Heroes of Christendom

Flower of Scotland

In our quest for the truly unsung heroes of Scotland, we must look beyond those flowers which are in full, admirable bloom to those fading flowers which have been neglected.

Unsung Heroes from an Undersung Country

The Poles are an iron-forged people, shaped into a sword of faithful resilience in the heat of battle. This faithful resilience has been further shaped by the resilience of their Catholic Faith.

JFK’s Other Assassination

Ngo Dinh Diem, the first President of South Vietnam, and JFK were both Catholics, though Catholics of very different persuasions.

A Neglected Novelist

It would be good for today’s Catholics to know more about Maurice Baring and to discover what they’ve been missing in their ignorance of his work. 

The Unsung St. Nicholas

St. Nicholas Owen was one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales, killed during the reign of King James I.

Unsung Heroes of Christendom

We need to recognize those lesser-known saints whose lives of heroic self-sacrifice have been forgotten, the heroes who helped build Christendom.

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