In my latest article for the Journal of the Cardinal Newman Society, I survey the role of the Dominican Order in contemporary Catholic education, judging that which is good, that which is bad, and that which is downright ugly:
I am delighted and honoured to be the host of weekly podcast conversations with some really great Catholics as part of my work with Faith & Culture at the Augustine Institute. Please visit faithandculture.com to access all the podcasts we’ve released so far. As an appetizer, here’s my recent conversation with Chris Stefanick:
The difference between being childish and childlike could be the difference between going to hell or getting to heaven. Here’s my musing on such things in Faith & Culture:
In my latest article for the Imaginative Conservative I connect those who are seeking to banish Shakespeare from the classroom with those who hate humanity.
I’m gratified to see that a very good review of my latest book has just been published in The Wanderer:
Subscribers to the St. Austin Review will know the regular film column written by London-based writer, K. V. Turley. In an article just published in the National Catholic Register, Mr. Turley reports on an exciting new Tolkien Exhibit, currently in Oxford but soon to be coming to New York:
Pete Socks, the Catholic Book Blogger, has just interviewed me on my latest book, Further Up & Further In: Understanding Narnia. Here’s the link to the interview: