Blessed Miguel Pro in a new light
May 18, 2009
Writing for the American Spectator, Joseph Duggan offers a fresh perspective on the witty and energetic priest who became Mexico’s most famous martyr: Father Miguel Pro.
The pantomime-priest was Orthodoxy’s Charlie Chaplin versus the Dictatorship of Relativism. As did Chesterton and Walker Percy, he understood that sacrilege is countered most effectively not with sanctimony but with ridicule.
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