Continuing our pilgrimage to Rome with Hilaire Belloc, we find ourselves at an inn on the border between France and Germany.
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William Wordsworth waxes lyrical on the beauty of the feminine and is also astonished by the beauty of nature. Join me as I read and discuss three of Wordsworth's poems.
My interview with Robert R. Reilly, author of America on Trial: A Defense of the Founding, has just been published by the Epoch Times: https://www.theepochtimes.com/defending-americas-rule-of-reason_3484541.html
Continuing my recent spate of essays exploring the after-life with great writers and poets, here's how Tolkien perceives purgatory in his short story, "Leaf by Niggle": https://theimaginativeconservative.org/2020/09/going-purgatory-tolkien-joseph-pearce.html#comment-648525
As the United States experiences social unrest on a level not seen for many years, I discuss how Antifa members are actually the storm troopers of globalist capitalism:
Ladydale Diary Blessed Nicholas Horner, 2020 A quick word about the English Martyr, Nicholas Horner, whose feast day we celebrate on the day I’m writing (September 4). He was hanged, drawn and quartered in 1590, during the reign of Bloody Bess, for the heinous crime of harbouring a priest and for refusing to conform [...]
I'm so excited to be the host of the world's first Radio Shakespeare Festival, which is being aired live over the Labor Day weekend by the Crusade Channel. I introduce twelve of Shakespeare's plays, delving into the deeper dimension of their meaning. As for the plays themselves, they were originally aired during the golden age [...]
Here is what's newly posted in the Inner Sanctum of jpearce.co: The fifth and final part of a deeper-delving into the Catholic dimension of The Merchant of Venice. Three poems by the great convert poet, Roy Campbell, are read and discussed. The latest installment of our pilgrimage with Hilaire Belloc on the Path to Rome. [...]