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

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

Hemingway and Hunters

2021-11-24T01:52:47-06:00

An American student in his twenties asked me if I had heard of an author named Ernest Hemingway.  The student had found an old Scribner’s paperback of Hemingway’s fiction and was enjoying it very much.  When I told him that Ernest Hemingway was one of the most famous authors of the twentieth century and one of [...]

Hemingway and Hunters2021-11-24T01:52:47-06:00

Six Paintings for My Private Gallery

2021-11-24T01:44:19-06:00

Joseph Pearce selects six of his favourite works of art and explains why he thinks so highly of them... https://jpearce.co/six-paintings-for-my-private-gallery/

Six Paintings for My Private Gallery2021-11-24T01:44:19-06:00

De-Baptism

2021-11-19T20:46:35-06:00

At the Religion News website, https://religionnews.com/2021/11/16/in-catholic-italy-de-baptism-is-gaining-popularity/ , there’s a report of a growing number of people in Italy seeking “de-baptism,” a process by which a baptized Catholic removes the record of his baptism. According to the article, the practice is not confined to Italy, but that’s where someone has started counting; there are at least 100,000 de-baptisms so [...]

De-Baptism2021-11-19T20:46:35-06:00

Benedict XVI: An Apology

2021-11-15T19:49:29-06:00

Catholic World Report has published an excerpt from Joseph Pearce's new book... https://jpearce.co/benedict-xvi-an-apology/

Benedict XVI: An Apology2021-11-15T19:49:29-06:00

Living with Big Brother

2021-11-12T18:38:53-06:00

The Imaginative Conservative has published an exclusive excerpt from Joseph Pearce's new book, Benedict XVI: Defender of the Faith... https://jpearce.co/living-with-big-brother/

Living with Big Brother2021-11-12T18:38:53-06:00

Washington Irving and Monastic Life

2021-11-04T18:58:18-05:00

On the main street of the small town of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, stands a state historical marker commemorating Irving Female College, locally known simply as Irving College.  Founded in 1856, it was a liberal arts college for women, and it closed in 1929, one of its buildings eventually becoming the town’s hospital.  The college’s name honored Washington [...]

Washington Irving and Monastic Life2021-11-04T18:58:18-05:00

A Haunted Handful

2021-11-04T18:49:33-05:00

Joseph Pearce celebrates the spirits of the season with a handful of haunting poems... https://jpearce.co/a-haunted-handful/

A Haunted Handful2021-11-04T18:49:33-05:00
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