Tag Archive: courage

Living Boldly: What Do I Do With the Time That Is Given to Me?

“Life does not lend itself to living boldly, spontaneously, and courageously, and yet I believe that life means more when striving to live with no regrets…”

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No Turning Back: A Star Wars Fan-Fiction Poem

“I go to face the destiny that’s beckoned to me all these years…”

The Eyes of the Heart: A Movie Review of “Prince of Foxes”

Enjoy this review of classic swashbuckling adventure “Prince of Foxes”, which not only manages to tell a rousing adventure story but also convey a message about the role of beauty in conversion of life.

Song of Fionn

“I am the protector of my tribe; I am the bright one with a strong hand…”

The Privilege of Little Words and Mighty Swords: Death, Love, Mystery, and Myth

Read this scholarly article by Bradley J. Birzer on the interconnection of death, love, mystery, and myth viewed through a Christological lens as exemplified in the works of G.K. Chesterton and T.S. Eliot.

The Battle of Turs

Meet young Jeanne di Arch, a female warrior for King Yeshua, daring to follow his call and her dreams to save her country with the power-hungry Eglesh and his hoard of troll warriors arrayed against her!

An English Jacobite: James Radcliff, 3rd Earl of Derwentwater and the ’15 Rising

Learn about the heroic life and death of James Radcliff, Earl of Derwentwater, a Catholic English nobleman and stalwart Jacobite who participated in the 1715 uprising against King George I, and was beheaded as a martyr for “the king across the water” and the Catholic faith.

Scour the Horse Anew: An Analysis of G.K. Chesterton’s Epic Poem “The Ballad of the White Horse”

Explore the many facets of “The Ballad of the White Horse”, G.K. Chesterton’s masterpiece that has been recognized as one of the last epic poems to be written in the English language.