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Bloody Bess

2022-06-23T16:50:46+00:00

Continuing the series on the history of "true England" we cover the period from the Northern Rebellion in 1569 to the Gunpowder Plot and its aftermath in 1605 and 1606...

Bloody Bess2022-06-23T16:50:46+00:00

Joyful Hope in the Deep, Dark South

2022-06-17T10:54:26+00:00

Ladydale Diary Corpus Christi 2022 This week’s diary entry is being written on Thursday, not on Friday as is customary, because I have a film crew arriving tomorrow morning to interview me for a documentary on Chesterton, Tolkien and Lewis. It is being produced by Brasil Paralelo, a Brazilian production company, and my understanding is [...]

Joyful Hope in the Deep, Dark South2022-06-17T10:54:26+00:00

A Conversation on English History

2022-06-17T10:18:05+00:00

Join me and the hosts of the Catholic Conversation as we discuss the history of Catholic England. Our conversation begins at around the 9-minute mark: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-catholic-conversation/id834475946

A Conversation on English History2022-06-17T10:18:05+00:00

Shakespeare and Science

2022-06-16T16:33:18+00:00

Unlike many critics of his plays, Shakespeare knew the crucial difference between physical facts and metaphysical truth... https://theimaginativeconservative.org/2022/06/shakespeare-science-joseph-pearce.html

Shakespeare and Science2022-06-16T16:33:18+00:00

Her Majesty and His Holiness

2022-06-16T16:29:03+00:00

I am quoted at length in an article, published in Spain, about the platinum jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. (Please forgive the erroneous personal pronouns in the translation.) https://omnesmag.com/actualidad/el-jubileo-de-la-reina-y-su-importancia-para-la-iglesia-catolica/

Her Majesty and His Holiness2022-06-16T16:29:03+00:00

Poets on Death Row

2022-06-16T16:09:28+00:00

Beginning a short series on English religious verse, we meet the perfect priest and three poets who would be executed... The portrait of St. Robert Southwell is by Gwyneth Thompson-Briggs. I commissioned it to serve as the cover artwork for an issue of the St. Austin Review in 2014. The original is now [...]

Poets on Death Row2022-06-16T16:09:28+00:00
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