Tradition & Sanity is devoted to big themes—faith, reason, culture, fine arts, theology, spirituality, liturgy—all from a traditional Catholic perspective. If you’ve ever seen my work at OnePeterFive or New Liturgical Movement, or looked at books such as Reclaiming Our Roman Catholic Birthright and The Once and Future Roman Rite, you know the sorts of topics I delve into and why they are important for all of us—not only Catholics, but anyone who appreciates the inheritance of Christendom and Western civilization from Homer and the Presocratics down to Arvo Pärt and Benedict XVI.
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A brief bio
I am a Thomist, liturgical scholar, and choral composer who graduated from Thomas Aquinas College with a B.A. in liberal arts and earned an M.A. and Ph.D. in philosophy at The Catholic University of America. I taught for seven and a half years at the International Theological Institute in Austria and for the Franciscan University of Steubenville's Austria Program, then helped establish Wyoming Catholic College in 2006, where I taught philosophy, theology, music, and art history until 2018, and directed the choir and schola. Since 2018 I’ve been a full-time writer and speaker, contributing regularly to blogs, magazines, and newspapers. I’ve published (as writer or editor) about twenty books, and my work has been translated so far into about twenty languages. I am, to this day, an avid singer of Gregorian chant and polyphony, and a composer of sacred music.
I run a few websites:
My composer site, Cantabo Domino.
The site of my publishing company, Os Justi Press, publisher of Guardini’s Sacred Signs, Parsch’s The Breviary Explained, anthologies of Catholic poetry and of John Henry Newman, the Os Justi Studies in Catholic Tradition, and the most fabulous traditionalist coffee mugs you have ever seen.
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