Tag Archive: Christendom

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.”

Gloriam Vidi Resurgentis: The Sudden Joyous Turn

An article that speaks of Easter as the coming of the King, and looking forward with hope to the resurrection of Christendom, just as Gondor was restored through the return of Aragorn in “The Lord of the Rings”.

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.

The Coronation of Charlemagne

Immerse yourself in this dramatization of the coronation of Charlemagne, one of the most important events in the history of Christendom.

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