Tag Archive: Charles A. Coulombe

The Pleasure of His Majesty: Kingship in the Works of the Inklings

“Their kings are neither the figureheads with which we are familiar in everyday life nor the all-powerful despots the modern mind conjures up…Rather, they are mythic figures of romance, images, like their prototypes of Arthur and Charlemagne, of Christ the King.”

Pilgrim Eagle: A Review of Charles A. Coulombe’s History Text “Puritan’s Empire”

Read this review of Catholic traditionalist history text “Pilgrim’s Empire” written by Charles A. Coulombe.

For the White Rose

“All Kings and all pretenders, wherever you may be, the land itself remembers though we are far from thee…”

Furious Fancies: The Musings of a Traditional Catholic Poet

Read these musings of traditional Catholic author, historian, and poet Charles A. Coulombe about the importance of art and poetry in changing the world for Christ.

A-Hunting We Will Go: The Historic Heraldry and Spiritual Symbolism of the Hunt

Charles A. Coulombe, Catholic historian and author, explores the ceremonial traditions and spiritual symbolism behind hunting in Western Civilization.

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