Review: The Ecumenism of Beauty

Editor: Timothy Verdon Publisher: Mount Tabor Books I picked up this book for a couple of reasons. First, I love religious art. Second, I've been working on a project about the use of art in service to the liturgy. Third, the title looked interesting. And while I wasn't fully satisfied with this book, and I …

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Review: Anderson – Truth Overruled

Author: Ryan Anderson Publisher: Regnery Publishing I forget now where I first heard of this book, but I'd guess it was a podcast. And in my typical fashion, I'm reading an author's books out of order. One day I'll read books as they were published. But as with When Harry Became Sally, Anderson has crafted a …

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Review: Anthems of Zion trilogy by Katie Schuermann

If you love realistic fiction with characters to love and cry with, to engage with a story that pulls you from one page to the next (where you might suddenly find yourself halfway through the book!), this is the series for you.

Of Days and Seasons

It is that time of year again when we gather with family and friends, celebrating the season's particular feasts and memories, and I find myself contemplative. It is somewhat interesting, and maybe a bit sad, that we call these last couple months of the year The Holiday Season. In reality, there are holidays, and Holy …

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Poetry: Coleridge – Epitaph

Stop, Christian passer-by!—Stop, child of God,And read with gentle breast. Beneath this sodA poet lies, or that which once seemed he.O, lift one thought in prayer for S. T. C.;That he who many a year with toil of breathFound death in life, may here find life in death!Mercy for praise—to be forgiven for fameHe asked, …

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