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

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

January/February 2022 Issue – A Handful of Authors: Dickens, Wilde, Lewis, Borges, Greene Sample Content from Our Latest Issue January/February...
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The Nordic Muse: Celebrating Sigrid Undset

The Nordic Muse: Celebrating Sigrid Undset

November/December 2021 Issue – The Nordic Muse: Celebrating Sigrid Undset Sample Content from Our Latest Issue November/December Table of Contents...
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Tolkien

Tolkien

May/June Issue - Tolkien Sample Content from Our Latest Issue May/June Table of Contents Sample Article “Deep Roots are Not...
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Lenten Illuminations: The Light of the Cross

Lenten Illuminations: The Light of the Cross

March/April Issue - Lenten Illuminations: The Light of the Cross Sample Content from Our Latest Issue March/April Table of Contents...
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Benjamin Franklin’s Virtues

Benjamin Franklin called my ancestors “Palatine boors.”  It was nothing personal, of course, since he was worried about all the...
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What’s New in Joseph Pearce’s Inner Sanctum

Joseph Pearce discusses what's newly posted to the Inner Sanctum of his personal website.... https://jpearce.co/whats-new-in-the-inner-sanctum-8/
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Is God Beyond Reason?

Tackling this most axiomatic of questions... https://jpearce.co/is-god-beyond-reason/
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A Handful of Authors: Dickens, Wilde, Lewis, Borges, Greene

Sample Article The Priesthood in Greeneland – Paul Chigwidden

Graham Greene’s life has long been shaded in mystery. Each new biography brings new revelations of spying, mental illness, suicide attempts, drug-use and sexual voracity but the cumulative effect is merely further confusion. In the words of one reviewer: “the doubts, suspicions and aspersions cast since Greene’s death in 1991 won’t likely ever be cleared”.

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501, 2022

How Catholic is Don Quixote?

January 5th, 2022|0 Comments

Don Quixote is probably the bestselling work of literature of all time but is it a truly Catholic work? Joseph Pearce endeavours to answer this question in a nutshell... https://jpearce.co/don-quixote-in-a-nutshell/

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Resolved

December 30th, 2021|0 Comments

The time for resolutions, new year’s style, has come round again. I can’t remember when I stopped doing that. It was way back, even before I became a Christian. What’s the point? If there’s something you [...]

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