Tag Archive: Rosaria Marie

The Soul of the Stars: Chapter 5 – A Most Unusual Human

“’From what my sensor informs me, your tryverns …are capable of exhaling molten flame if they feel threatened.’”

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Holiness Through Humility: A Lifetime Journey with the Saints

“Saints are those who have gone before us. They are the veterans who have charged the blood-red field, planted the lily-white banner, and cheer us on to follow them to victory.”

Pax et Bonum: A Movie Review of “Francis of Assisi”

“While many of Assisi’s prominent citizens dismiss him as a lunatic, he begins to draw a following among those who seek to live the rule of total poverty in the spirit and service of Christ.”

For the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek: A Spiritual Reflection

“Enterprise, what a God-haunted mission you are on…”

The Soul of the Stars: Chapter 4 – Science Assistant

“’I would like to uncover as many layers as I can in all things, with whatever time is left. Yes…I would like to do that very much….’”

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.

Faith Flicks: Sources of Inspiration or Despair?

Why are so many faith-based movies so empty? And is there any hope for those of us dying to see a quality one? Read and find out!

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.