"The Catholic Church makes men. . . . Of such she may also someday make soldiers."
One of my favorite websites is Owl of the Remove. It is a favorite because it is quiet, capable of great depth, and when one reads it, one is removed, for the most part, from the here and now. Considering what is here, here and now, to be removed from it is a very good thing. Owl of the Remove is written by a Catholic priest living in Vermont who happens to be an Englishman. To enjoy Owl (as I call him) you do not need to know his name, you only need to know he is fond of watching owls, roasting heretics, anything written by Chesterton or Belloc and if Owl is telling the truth, which there is no reason to think he's not, zombie movies. Owl recently took a holiday in his homeland. This post on his holiday perfectly distills why reading Owl of the remove is such an enjoyable experience :