The National Catholic Register has just published my memories of the day that Benedict XVI was elected pope.
In my latest article for the Journal of the Cardinal Newman Society, I delve into the paradoxical heart of all true perception, moving philosophically from the ego to the ergo.
Can Chesterton be correct in his insistence that philanthropy is wicked? In an article in Faith and Culture I insist that he is indeed correct?
Faith & Culture has just published my third and final article on the rollercoaster relationship between C. S. Lewis and the poet, Roy Campbell.
Is Russian President Vladimir Putin as bad as Lenin or Stalin? Is he an old-style communist in disguise? These controversial questions are asked and answered in my latest article for the Imaginative Conservative in which I look at the Russian President’s relationship with the great anti-communist hero, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
The Journal of the Cardinal Newman Society has just published a short article of mine about my experience at recent conferences on both sides of the Atlantic:
What does science fiction have in common with mediaeval philosophy? In an article just published by the Imaginative Conservative, I endeavour to wax lyrical on this very question:
Faith and Culture has published my meditation on the Salve Regina, especially with regard to what it can teach us about the virtue of hope.
Faith and Culture has just published my article on C. S. Lewis’s mysterious relationship with a mysterious Zulu at Oxford after World War One.