In the dystopian society of Panem, 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen finds herself forced to participate in gladiatorial games against fellow teens, while at the same time struggling to preserve her life, sanity, and humanity.
Aragorn crouches on the ground, studying the map laid out before him. I stand off to one side and try to look as if I actually belong here. Tersely he gives orders… Continue reading
Enjoy this whimsical review of “The Mistmantle Chronicles” by M.I. McAllister, and learn how the lovable squirrels characters often embody a truly Christian heroism.
Hobbita examines Plato’s Myth of the Cave and, merging classical and Catholic philosophies, explains the parallels with Christian salvation.
In this essay, true patriotism is shown as a middle road between jingoism and defeatism, enabling nations to move forward with love and justice the good of the world.
Read this personal testimony of enlightenment and conversion from a Anglo-Scottish Londoner who found his way home to the Catholic Church.
Enjoy Mary Faustina’s cheeky review of a historical fiction trilogy set in the Hundred Years’ War which she boldly decided to delve into backwards!