18 September 1932 | French Jewish girl Rosa Farber was born in Paris.
— Auschwitz Memorial (@AuschwitzMuseum) September 18, 2020
— Providence (@ProvMagazine) September 18, 2020
9. Andrew Sullivan:
This week, I watched videos of people literally burning Harry Potter books, like latter-day Nazis, in the cause of transgender liberation. It’s safe to say, I think, that many of these people have lost their minds — just by staying online. And they not only think they’re perfectly sane; they think they’re heroes.
16. Wonderful Marlo Safi: Man Caught On Video Destroying Statue Of Virgin Of Guadalupe At New York Catholic Church
The great Yehuda Amichai said it best:
"I want to be written again
in the Book of Life, to be written every single day
till the writing hand hurts."
Happy 5781! Shana tova to everyone.
— Bari Weiss (@bariweiss) September 18, 2020
Here's a great podcast from my friend R. Meir Soloveichik on the meaning behind the Jewish new year (which starts tonight). Definitely worth 37 minutes @philosproject @tikvahfundhttps://t.co/5WnRJVjLEv
— Robert Nicholson (@rwnicholson_) September 18, 2020
Fr. Andrew Hofer, O.P.'s full lecture on "St. Thomas Aquinas: Our Common Doctor for Theology Today," is now available on our youtube channel: https://t.co/kb6Reh0PEM
Fr. Hofer speaks on the exaltation of St. Thomas's teaching by the Roman Church, St. Thomas's style & much more. pic.twitter.com/pDWLEc1w8A
— Thomistic Institute (@ThomisticInst) September 18, 2020
Let your #writing reflect only the wisdom of pain or of delight which life has most deeply revealed to you. Nothing else is worth your time or the time of any reader.
WALKER PERCY#amwriting #writinglife pic.twitter.com/FNkvIRfnzb
— Jon Winokur (@AdviceToWriters) September 18, 2020
27. Reason: Every Political Ad Ever
29. I resemble this:
— Fr. Robbie O’Callaghan (@FrRobbieOCall) September 17, 2020
I’ve been reading #GKChesterton at night before falling asleep. If you want to be transported out of this vulgar, hate-spewing brainless, illiterate world we live in, GK is your man. Witty, optimistic, learned, insightful, gentle, joyous, – a balm for the soul.
— Patricia Heaton (@PatriciaHeaton) September 18, 2020