Tag Archive: history

The Admiral

“The day I saw the Admiral for the first and final time, my mouth fell wide open, and my eyes blinked with surprise!”

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30 Years Outatime: A Review of the “Back to the Future” Series

    Few films attain an iconic status that allows them to stand the test of time and remain relevant to each successive generation so that it becomes a cultural institution that transcends time… Continue reading

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.

An Ordeal of Honour: The 13th King’s and the Somme Offensive

For the 100th anniversary of the Somme Offensive, read the story of the 13th Kings Regiment in the British military and their heroism during the ordeal.

The Price of a Soul: Musings on the Moral Beauty of “Les Miserables”

Enjoy this insightfully, spiritually in-tune review of the moral beauty of the motion picture “Les Miserables.”

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.

That Arduous Love Affair: Sir John Betjeman and the Gift of Faith

Read this biography of Sir John Betjeman, an English poet who shone a beautiful light on the gift of faith.

“Stand, Men of the West!”: The Virtue of Chivalry in Middle Earth

Read how The Lord of the Rings brings to the fore elements of medieval symbolism and the virtue of chivalry.