The announcement of a Tolkien and C. S. Lewis high school essay contest, which I am coordinating, has just been posted by the Journal of the Cardinal Newman Society. I’d be grateful were readers of the St. Austin Review to make it as widely known as possible. Here’s the link to the announcement:
A friend has sent me this very encouraging video from England about a young man’s straying from the faith, imprisonment in Burma, and his reversion and subsequent ordination to the priesthood. It also shines forth his love for the Traditional Mass.
An abridged and edited version of my account of a near death experience that I had a couple of years ago, originally published in the Imaginative Conservative, has been published by the “Hour of Death” website:
The exciting new online journal, Catholic Arts Today, has published an interview with me about my verse drama, Death Comes for the War Poets. Read it here:
My latest article for the Imaginative Conservative examines how Freudianism defrauds Shakespeare:
If music is the food of love, as Shakespeare claimed, what is its relationship to that other Food of Love, the Holy Eucharist? I ponder this question in my latest article for the Journal of the Cardinal Newman Society:
Following on from the article I wrote recently on Hilaire Belloc’s Europe and the Faith, my new article for the Imaginative Conservative critiques the President of Hungary’s own defence of Europe and the Faith:
My latest article for the Journal of the Cardinal Newman Society is a tribute to Fr. Matthew Lamb, the great theologian who died last week: