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Our eleventh issue includes Matthew J. Milliner on Our Lady of Chicago, Chris Treece on ambulances, Anthony Piccirillo on Cardinal Ruffo, Sasha A. Palmer on communism, Jake Neu on Dobbs, Ambrose Dobrozsi on the papacy, Patrick Smith on Politian, Shannen Dee Williams on nuns, Edmund Waldstein on David Foster Wallace, Sam Kriss on Gilgamesh, David Bentley Hart on Europe, Jaspreet Singh Boparai on Goya and Hogarth, Joshua Hren on illness, Eduard Habsburg-Lothringen on James Bond, and Rachel Hoover on credit cards.
Guy Fawkes’s Lantern
The Lamplighters: Episode Three
Where Peter Actually Is
On the papacy.
Morn is Approaching
On Pope Michael.
Nothing But Wind
The Man With the Golden Gun: an Appreciation
On James Bond.
The Lamplighters: Episode Two
The History of Saint Francis de Sales in Washington, D.C.
On an underground church.
Dialing the Moon
On old telephones.
The Lamplighters: Episode One
Why the Streets Were Quiet After Dobbs
Do It Again
On what happens after Roe v. Wade.
The Lamp Christmas Ghost Story Contest
Secret Tentative Intimation
On Guantanamo Bay.
The Dream of the Rood: A New Translation
Tessa Carman and J.C. Scharl
A new translation of the Anglo-Saxon dream vision.
The Future of the Traditional Mass in Washington, D.C.
Notes from the underground.
You Must Go Through
Why Canon Law Matters
On the Church’s governing authority.
Before the Law
On the Supreme Court.
New Model Statecraft
On Machiavelli and his critics.
Why Benedict Should Speak
On the pope emeritus.
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