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I recently put up a piece over at Aleteia on some books that are going to become movies soon. I'm particularly intrigued by the effort to put Dante to the screen. It might be amazing or it might be a huge, glorious disaster. Either way, it'll be fun to find out. I'm most excited, though, for that … [Read More...]
In my living room is a coffee table piled with books. There are probably between twenty and thirty books there on any given day. This is my pile of books to be read. The books I've already read are piled haphazardly in the corners of the room. Those piles of already-read books grow slowly throughout … [Read More...]
Not every occupation is capable of surviving modernization. The last lighthouse keeper of Capri is about to run out of time. "But as marine navigation tools and satellite automation have become more sophisticated, the need for lighthouses and their human operators has been virtually snuffed out. In … [Read More...]
Guest post by Rachel Sherlock. Jesus arrived in Jerusalem hailed as a king. Three days later he was crucified as a criminal. It is somewhat comforting that our faith has a precedent for volatility. Like almost all young Catholics I know, I confess that I approached the World Meeting of … [Read More...]
Male politicians these days sure have a lot to say about women. Backwards women everywhere are chastised to listen up and learn, for the men are here to help. We have knowledge and have come to your assistance. For instance, who can ever forget this amazing moment where Justin Trudeau mansplains to … [Read More...]