Here’s what is newly posted in the subscriber’s section of my personal website:
- A podcast discussion focusing on my own conversion with Fr. Dwight Longenecker.
- The “Poems of the Week” which I read and discuss this week are four sonnets by four very different nineteenth and twentieth century poets: Shelley, Hopkins, Roy Campbell and Charles Causley.
- In the “Revisiting Old Favourites” podcast, concluding the series of some of Chesterton’s best essays, I read and discuss “Jane Austen and the General Election”.
- The Ladydale Diary: Personal musings on day-to-day life with my family, seeking all that is good, true and beautiful in work, rest and play.
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For this week's Poem of the Week, I've selected my own poem "Solstice Sunrise" to celebrate the summer solstice.
It’s been an action-packed week, follow the day-to-day doings of the Pearce family.
Here’s a link to a podcast interview that I just gave to Mark Connolly, an Irishman currently living in London, in which we discuss Chesterton, Tolkien, Lewis and the True Myth:
Diligence and discipline are needed to see through subtle forms of propaganda. We need to know how to sift out the facts from the fakes:
One of my favourite shows on Catholic Radio is “Church and Culture”, hosted by the incomparable Deal Hudson. This past weekend I was honoured to be the guest on his show, discussing my biography of Chesterton: