Virtue Is Attractive: The Crossroads Walk

For the past 20 years, some wonderful young college students have been participating in “Crossroads Walk,” dedicating the 3 months of their summer vacation to trek each year across the nation on behalf of life. The walk started in 1995

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A Chesterton Poem For Labor Day

King Alfred was but a meagre man,           Bright eyed, but lean and pale:           And swordless, with his harp and rags,           He seemed a beggar, such as lags           Looking for crusts and ale.           And the woman,

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September 1, 1864: Fall of Atlanta

“You can tell your grandchildren about how you watched the Old South fall one night.” Rhett Butler to Scarlet O’Hara, Gone With The Wind With the taking of the last rail line out of Atlanta due to the Union victory

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