Instruct the Ignorant

Listen to advice and accept discipline, and at the end you will be counted among the wise.

—Proverbs 19:20


Catechize yourself.

For the most basic understanding of the Christian faith, begin saying the Liturgy of the Hours. If you are unfamiliar with this universal prayer of the Church, talk to your parish priest or search online. To pray the Hours online, you can use iBreviary: 

For the political teaching of the Church, read the Josias. For broader knowledge, read the Catechism. Read other Church teachings, such as the Papal encyclicals. Follow us on social media for news on integralism. Speak to your parish priest.


Teach others.

Speak to your friends, family, and coworkers about things that are Good, True, and Beautiful. Share Tradistae and the Josias with friends, family,  and especially your parish community.


Create curriculum.

If you are a teacher in a school, a professor in a university, or an instructor of catechesis (RCIA, CCD, or PSR), collaborate with us. Contact us to help build a more truly Catholic catechesis which can be employed in all classrooms.


Start a reading group.

Within clubs and organization, start a reading group of important texts. The clarification of thought in communal discussion groups is essential to building a better world.


Catholic criticism.

Write, read, and market Catholic criticism of popular and excellent works of art. As opposed to modern critical theory, examine art from a Catholic perspective, so that we might recover the ability to see Christ in all things. For critics or reviewers of all kinds, contact us to collaborate with Tradistae.


Catholic art.

If you are an artist or a writer, create art and write texts which contain the Truth and explains it to others. If you wish to share your work or collaborate with Tradistae, please contact us.