The National Catholic Register has just published an article of mine on the nastiness of narcissism:
In my latest article for the Imaginative Conservative I respond to someone who has accused me of being a “hand-wringing pessimist”:
In my latest article for the Journal of the Cardinal Newman Society I focus on the Ignatius Critical Editions and why they are a needed corrective to the literary abuses of postmodernism:
A few weeks ago I guest taught a class for the Carolina Institute for Faith & Culture at Southern Wesleyan University. I’d assigned the students two of Chesterton’s essays, “The Architect of Spears” and “The Shop of Ghosts”, which is the focus of the lecture and discussion. The class was videoed so those wishing to “sit in” vicariously can do so by following this link:
Tolkien said that fairy stories hold up “a mirror to man”, showing us ourselves. In this article, just published by theNational Catholic Register, I examine some of the ways that we can find ourselves in Middle-earth:
In a recent article published in the National Catholic Register I salute the inimitable and indomitable Hilaire Belloc:
We live in an age when hatred is on the rise. I analyze this phenomenon in an article for the National Catholic Register:
In my latest article for the Journal of the Cardinal Newman Society I look at the courageous pioneers who are seeking to restore and revitalize authentic Catholic education in Ireland.