Tag Archive: literature

A Book Worth the Read

“Maybe someday you’ll think I’m a book worth reading…”

Sven Stolpe: The Swedish Waugh

“A writer, journalist, hagiographer, playwright, cultural critic, and Catholic convert became well known in Sweden during large parts of the 20th century. The man was Sven Stolpe…”

Tolkien Speaks: The Secret to a Happy Marriage

“Throughout his life, Tolkien wrote love poems to his wife, and in his letters to friends, he writes glowingly about her…”

In Aeternum: The England That Never Changes

“Seeing true England through the perspective of the Triune splendor of the Good, the True and the Beautiful, we know that such an England can never die…”

Star Trek: Why the Franchise – and Mr. Spock – Matter

“Star Trek as a whole promoted techno-optimism…but Spock in particular helped make being a scientist…cool for countless Americans…”

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…”

The Genesis Problem: A Catholic Literary Commentary

Read Bishop Robert Barron’s Catholic literary analysis of the Book of Genesis, and the different interpretations used to understand it.

Legends of the Lost: Catholic Adventure in Mark Adderley’s McCracken Series

Read Mark Adderley’s overview of how he came to write The McCracken Series and his understanding of Catholic Adventure.

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