The Captain Stephen J. Chaney Story

The Captain Stephen J. Chaney story reads like a Hollywood script, one starring the likes of John Wayne. However Steve Chaney was a real person who grew up in Marion, Ohio and was killed in action in September of 1969 on

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A Novel of the Great War

I’ve been largely absent from these pages over the last year, in part because of work and family commitments, but also because a writing project has been eating up a great deal of my time which might otherwise be spent

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PopeWatch: Schism

  Raymond Cardinal Burke discusses the possibility of schism in an interview with Diana Montagna at Aleteia:     But there is increasing talk of fear of schism, that if the Synod of Bishops keeps going in the direction it’s

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Happy 239th Birthday to the Corps!

You cannot exaggerate about the Marines. They are convinced, to the point of arrogance, that they are the most ferocious fighters on earth – and the amusing thing about it is that they are…You should see the group about me

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