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The World’s a Stage: The Drama of Faith

2017-06-21T19:50:22-04:00

May/June 2017: The World's a Stage: The Drama of Faith Sample Content from Our Latest Issue May/June 2017 Table of Contents Sample Article "Reverence for the Gods in Antigone: Beyond Greek Humanism" - by Veronica A. Arntz “Give me glory! What greater glory could I win than to give my own brother decent burial? These citizens here would [...]

The World’s a Stage: The Drama of Faith2017-06-21T19:50:22-04:00

Wounded Beauty: Suffering & the Arts

2017-04-24T10:59:25-04:00

March/April 2017: Wounded Beauty: Suffering & the Arts Sample Content from Our Latest Issue March/April 2017 Table of Contents Sample Article "A Note on the Problem of Evil" by John Beaumont "The recent air crash in Colombia that resulted in the death of seventy-five people, including most of the Brazilian football team, Chapecoense, was a terrible tragedy. There [...]

Wounded Beauty: Suffering & the Arts2017-04-24T10:59:25-04:00

The Baptized Imagination

2017-02-17T17:22:55-05:00

January/February 2017: The Baptized Imagination Sample Content from Our Latest Issue January/February Table of Contents Sample Article "The Narrow Way of the Catholic Writer" by Kevin Bezner "For the many who consider themselves a Catholic writer today, Catholic and writer is a duality when what is required is a unity. The Church and the world needs writers who [...]

The Baptized Imagination2017-02-17T17:22:55-05:00

Laughter & the Love of Friends

2016-10-12T10:36:10-04:00

November/December 2016: Laughter & the Love of Friends Sample Content from Our Latest Issue November/December Table of Contents Sample Article "A New Head and a New Heart: Laughter in Life and Literature" by Maria Devlin "In the film Sherlock Holmes, Holmes is hurt that his best friend Dr. Watson is moving out to get married. When he meets [...]

Laughter & the Love of Friends2016-10-12T10:36:10-04:00

C. S. Lewis & Friends

2016-08-23T12:50:25-04:00

September/October 2016: C. S. Lewis & Friends Sample Content from Our Latest Issue September/October Table of Contents Sample Article "Truth in Mythology: Ancient Greece and Narnia" by Paula L. Gallagher Every legend or myth contains an element of truth—not always historical facts about what happens in the plot, but truths about reality, human nature, or divinity. J. R. R. Tolkien once told C. S. Lewis that [...]

C. S. Lewis & Friends2016-08-23T12:50:25-04:00

The Catholic World of J. R. R. Tolkien

2016-08-22T05:19:58-04:00

June/July 2016: The Catholic World of J. R. R. Tolkien Sample Content from Our Latest Issue June/July 2016 Table of Contents Sample Article "A Sacramental View of the World: Tolkien and My Conversion" by Daniel Bennett I have finally discovered the answer to what struck me at the time, many months hence, as an evasive, yet undeniable [...]

The Catholic World of J. R. R. Tolkien2016-08-22T05:19:58-04:00

Verse in Adversity: Poetry & Modernity

2016-05-04T03:06:11-04:00

May/June 2016: Verse in Adversity: Poetry & Modernity Sample Content from Our Latest Issue May/June 2016 Table of Contents Sample Article Following the Light: A Poet's Journey Back to the Church — by Christopher Lux Kevin Bezner, a deacon in the Byzantine rite, based at St. Basil the Great Ukrainian Catholic Mission in Charlotte, has recently published [...]

Verse in Adversity: Poetry & Modernity2016-05-04T03:06:11-04:00

Shakespeare 1616-2016

2016-03-04T15:44:10-05:00

March/April 2016: Shakespeare 1616-2016 Sample Content from Our Latest Issue January/February 2016 Table of Contents Sample Article What Shakespeare’s Editors Don’t Know - by Frank Brownlow People have been saying that Shakespeare was a Catholic for a long time. Newman thought so, and his contemporary Richard Simpson, St. Edmund Campion’s biogra- pher, was the first scholar to assemble the evidence. In [...]

Shakespeare 1616-20162016-03-04T15:44:10-05:00

Evelyn Waugh Revisited

2016-03-04T15:44:43-05:00

January/February 2016: Evelyn Waugh Revisited Sample Content from Our Latest Issue January/February 2016 Table of Contents Sample Article "Waugh Mistaken and Brideshead Unvisited" by Frank Brownlow Reading Evelyn Waugh’s collected journalism more than fifty years after he wrote it, one realizes how accurately he prophesied the long-range consequences of radical egalitarianism in all the departments of life. [...]

Evelyn Waugh Revisited2016-03-04T15:44:43-05:00

Belloc and His World

2016-01-07T19:28:57-05:00

November/December 2015: Belloc and His World Sample Content from Our Latest Issue November/December Table of Contents Sample Article "On Pilgrimage and Sacramentality: Hilaire Belloc’s The Four Men" by Tod Worner. Recently, upon reading Hilaire Belloc’s classic The Four Men, I came to a new appreciation: the virtue of “re-reading”. The first read, I have learned, always tells you what [...]

Belloc and His World2016-01-07T19:28:57-05:00
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