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ADDICTION AND THE GOLLUM WITHIN

2019-08-26T01:47:25+00:00

In his famous essay “On Fairy Stories” Tolkien insisted that fairy stories hold up a mirror of scorn and pity to man. This being so, I recall an evening some time ago when I spent a few tortured and tortuous hours in the presence of Gollum himself – not the literal Gollum, of course, which would have been a little scary, but the mirror of Gollum reflected in an old friend of mine.

ADDICTION AND THE GOLLUM WITHIN2019-08-26T01:47:25+00:00

Shakespeare’s Catholicism

2019-08-26T20:17:20+00:00

Part five of my podcast series "Literature: What Every Catholic Should Know", which is based upon my book of the same title. Visit EveryCatholic.org/Literature to learn more.

Shakespeare’s Catholicism2019-08-26T20:17:20+00:00

Ladydale Diary, St. Rose of Lima, 2019

2019-08-24T16:20:56+00:00

I’ve been home for a week since the conclusion of my last period of travel, which included speaking at the Chesterton Conference in Kansas City and a week in Denver with the Augustine Institute, during which I headed to nearby Colorado Springs to speak to the local chapter of Legatus, the Catholic business owners’ organization.

Ladydale Diary, St. Rose of Lima, 20192019-08-24T16:20:56+00:00
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