New Issue: The Wisdom and Innocence of G. K. Chesterton

2022-04-25T17:41:38-05:00

May/June 2022 Issue – The Wisdom and Innocence of G. K. Chesterton Sample Content from Our Latest Issue Table of Contents Sample Article Portrait of a Dean: Crossing Swords with Chesterton During the first half of the twentieth century, William Ralph Inge was a popular theologian, literary journalist, and clerical celebrity who reached an audience which [...]

New Issue: The Wisdom and Innocence of G. K. Chesterton2022-04-25T17:41:38-05:00

The Age of Shakespeare

2022-03-10T17:06:45-06:00

March/April 2022 Issue – The Age of Shakespeare Sample Content from Our Latest Issue Table of Contents Sample Article Putting Romance and Marriage to the Test in Venice and Verona – Jane Wilkes Shakespeare’s plays, The Merchant of Venice and Romeo and Juliet both take as their assumption that Christian married love must contain both eros [...]

The Age of Shakespeare2022-03-10T17:06:45-06:00

A Handful of Authors: Dickens, Wilde, Lewis, Borges, Greene

2022-03-10T16:54:20-06:00

March/April 2022 Issue – The Age of Shakespeare Sample Content from Our Latest Issue March/April 2022 Issue – The Age of Shakespeare Sample Article Putting Romance and Marriage to the Test in Venice and Verona – Jane Wilkes Shakespeare’s plays, The Merchant of Venice and Romeo and Juliet both take as their assumption that Christian married [...]

A Handful of Authors: Dickens, Wilde, Lewis, Borges, Greene2022-03-10T16:54:20-06:00

The Nordic Muse: Celebrating Sigrid Undset

2021-10-21T10:45:57-05:00

November/December 2021 Issue – The Nordic Muse: Celebrating Sigrid Undset Sample Content from Our Latest Issue November/December Table of Contents Sample Article The Medieval Imagination of Sigrid Undset — Amy Fahey Then felt I like some watcher of the skies When a new planet swims into his ken; Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes [...]

The Nordic Muse: Celebrating Sigrid Undset2021-10-21T10:45:57-05:00

Homage to Dante 1321–2021

2021-08-17T15:40:53-05:00

September/October Issue – Homage to Dante 1321–2021 Sample Content from Our Latest Issue September/October Table of Contents Sample Article Dante: Into the Real — Mary Gerardi Taylor Many critics, as well as writers of more popular articles, books, and blog posts, had the life-changing experience of being introduced to Dante’s Comedy for the first time as [...]

Homage to Dante 1321–20212021-08-17T15:40:53-05:00

Poland: Europe’s Heroic Heart

2021-06-11T15:56:49-05:00

July/August Issue - Poland: Europe's Heroic Heart Sample Content from Our Latest Issue July/August Table of Contents Sample Article A Little Slice of Christianity — Fr. Benedict Kiely If the institutions and technocrats of the European Union, that ever-expanding bureaucratic monster, take a dislike to some-thing or someone, it’s a sure sign that the disliked person [...]

Poland: Europe’s Heroic Heart2021-06-11T15:56:49-05:00

Tolkien

2021-04-19T15:34:49-05:00

May/June Issue - Tolkien Sample Content from Our Latest Issue May/June Table of Contents Sample Article “Deep Roots are Not Reached by the Frost”: Tolkien and the Welsh Language — Stephen Brady J. R. R. Tolkien was intensely conscious that he was English, indeed West Mercian. His legendarium, of which The Lord of the Rings is [...]

Tolkien2021-04-19T15:34:49-05:00

Lenten Illuminations: The Light of the Cross

2021-02-17T13:11:48-06:00

March/April Issue - Lenten Illuminations: The Light of the Cross Sample Content from Our Latest Issue March/April Table of Contents Sample Article Woman of Israel: Authentic Femininity at the Foot of the Cross — Sr. Joseph Andrew Bogdanowicz, OP In 1939, shortly before the Nazi invasion of Poland that would spark the Second World War, Sr. [...]

Lenten Illuminations: The Light of the Cross2021-02-17T13:11:48-06:00

Beyond Modernity: Literary Reactions

2020-12-18T11:40:32-06:00

January/February Issue - Beyond Modernity: Literary Reactions Sample Content from Our Latest Issue January/February Table of Contents Sample Article Venerable Fulton Sheen on Cancel Culture — Derek Rotty We have been hearing much in our contemporary media recently about “cancel culture”. Cancel culture refers to the practice of withdrawing support from a person or group because [...]

Beyond Modernity: Literary Reactions2020-12-18T11:40:32-06:00

The Pilgrim Fathers: 400 Years On

2020-11-01T14:46:52-06:00

November/December Issue - The Pilgrim Fathers: 400 Years On Sample Content from Our Latest Issue November/December Table of Contents Sample Article Emily Dickinson’s Catholic Sensibility — Jim Curtis Emily Dickinson is America’s most enigmatic literary genius. The outpouring of novels (William Nicholson’s Amherst; Jerome Charyn’s The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson) and movies (A Quiet Passion; [...]

The Pilgrim Fathers: 400 Years On2020-11-01T14:46:52-06:00
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