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What American History Can Teach Us about Church Controversies

In this talk, Mr. William C. Michael of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy discusses how a careful study of early American history and the response of the founding fathers can help us to work through modern controversies in the Catholic Church.

Ovid, Metamorphoses. Book I

Book I, Fable I Metamorphoses I.5-31 At first, the sea, the earth, and the heaven, which covers all things, were the only face of nature…

The Tragedy of Coriolanus

by William Shakespeare Dramatis Personæ SCENE: Partly in Rome, and partly in the territories of the Volscians and Antiates. Act I Scene I. Rome. A…

Homer, The Iliad. Book IX (Butler)

Prelection In this lesson, we continue studying Homer’s Iliad, translated into English by Samuel Butler. In the Academy’s High School English course, students are required…

Homer, The Iliad. Book VIII (Butler)

Prelection In this lesson, we continue studying Homer’s Iliad, translated into English by Samuel Butler. In the Academy’s High School English course, students are required…

Homer, The Iliad. Book VII (Butler)

Prelection In this lesson, we continue studying Homer’s Iliad, translated into English by Samuel Butler. In the Academy’s High School English course, students are required…

Homer, The Iliad. Book VI (Butler)

Prelection In this lesson, we continue studying Homer’s Iliad, translated into English by Samuel Butler. In the Academy’s High School English course, students are required…

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