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Catholic Teaching in Patmore’s The Angel in the House and the Unknown Eros
(Creighton University, 1937)
The world of today, as at various times in the past, seems to be at a crucial point. This age of science, which was to make man supreme, has apparently only enslaved him through the radical social and religious changes it ...
Satire in Contemporary Catholic Authors
(Creighton University, 1939)
Satire might be defined as the whip with which the literary minded lashed the social, economic, and religious follies of the age In which they lived with a view not only to denounce the evil but to effect a reform. "Great ...
The Catholic Values in Poetry
(Creighton University, 1938)
This paper is written to show that poetry is not the somewhat sentimental, useless, effeminate, out-of- date thing it is often considered to be, bat a form of literature which gives great help to the Church in broadening, ...