Here’s something I wrote for Crisis Magazine on Jeffrey Epstein and the hideous strength of transhumanism:
The composer Michael Kurek has responded to my recent article on Beethoven with some thoughts of his own in response to it:
Here’s an e-mail I’ve received from someone who is concerned by the threat of globalism and who is seeking clarification on the Church’s stance towards it. My reply follows.
Faith & Culture has published my musings on the healthy wyrdness of the Anglo-Saxons:
I’ve received an e-mail requesting discussion questions for a book club which is currently reading Oscar Wilde’s novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray. This is the text of the e-mail. My reply follows.
I’m looking out the window at a beautiful scene with ugly consequences. The snow falls relentlessly blanketing everything in pristine splendor, which means that I might be trapped in Colorado and unable to escape its ice-bound grip. My flight is scheduled to leave at 5:45 this evening but I have every expectation of a delay (at best) or, more likely, a cancellation. Should the flight not be cancelled, I’m not relishing the drive to the airport in these wintry conditions. One way or the other, the day ahead is going to be challenging.