The Lamp

A CATHOLIC JOURNAL OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE, THE FINE ARTS, ETC.

The Lamp is a bi-monthly (that is, published every other month) lay-edited journal of Catholic letters. We seek with in-depth reporting, incisive commentary, and coverage of books and the arts to bring readers a perspective that is not offered by any other generally circulated magazine in the English-speaking world — namely, that of consistent, undiluted Catholic orthodoxy. Find out more

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ISSUE 03

Our third issue includes Luna Simms’s reflections on moonshine vodka, Angela Nagle on the family, Peter Tonguette on Henry Green, plus contributions from Andrew Kuiper, Clare Coffey, Chris Arnade, Philip Jeffrey, Mary Kate Skehan, and others.

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On Chrashers

Matthew Walther

Most of us are familiar with the idea of “Chreasters,” persons who attend Mass only at Christmas and Easter. I…

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War of the Rings

Matthew Walther and Edmund Waldstein

My dear Pater Edmund, I have no illusions here about what I am undertaking. Attacking the legacy of John Ronald…

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