Defending the 12th century since the 14th; blogging since the 21st.

Catholicism, Conservatism, the Middle Ages, Opera, and Historical and Literary Objets d'Art blogged by a suburban dad who teaches law and writes stuff.

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Who was Cacciaguida? See Dante's PARADISO, Cantos XV, XVI, & XVII.

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Wednesday, March 29, 2006
Introducing an eclectic new webzine called MercatorNet, which describes itself as
an innovative internet magazine analysing current affairs and key international news and trends which touch its readers’ daily lives.
Hard to pigeonhole ideologically -- and that's good. Pro-Christianity, and pro-traditional-family, yet lacking that impending-doom, woe-is-us spirit that too often -- well, you know; just check it out.

I'm going to link to MercatorNet under "Less Easily Classified." (Question to MercatorNet editors: do you know where I got that expression?)