I gave a video interview recently with the folks who run the Tolkien-related website, eucatastrophe.com. Here’s the link:
In the first of a series of podcasts based on my new book, Literature: What Every Catholic Should Know, I look at the connection between faith, reason and story:
Is good art the product of a virtuous or baptized imagination and is art poisoned by pride? I tackle these questions in an essay published in the Catholic Herald:
The National Catholic Register has just published my tribute to the English Catholic Resistance to the tyranny and terror of the Tudors:
The Inner Sanctum of my personal website has now been live and active for eight months. This means that there are now around 120 exclusive pieces of content available to those who support my work by becoming donor-subscribers.
This content includes weekly 30-minute lectures on Tolkien and Lewis, 35 of which have been posted already with a further 10 due for posting in the weeks ahead.
There are dozens of essays on multifarious topics related to faith, reason, literature, culture and politics.
There are regular entries in the Ladydale Diary in which I document what I’m doing on a daily basis at home with my family and on my travels.
I also share e-mails that I receive which I believe will be of interest to my inner circle of friends in the Inner Sanctum, together with my replies.
Coming soon, once the last of the lectures on Tolkien and Lewis has been posted, will be a regular exclusive podcast.
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It is necessary to leave the polluted mainstream if one wants to discover the best in contemporary Christian literature: