After weeks of anticipation, Lindsay Schlegel reviews C.S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert by the Fellowship for Performing Arts in New York City.
A drunkard from a 19th-century novel teaches Ginny Kochis to lay down her life for friends.
Erin McCole Cupp lists several literary heroines who can be role models for our daughters, just as St. Maria Goretti can be a spiritual role model.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on the works of William Shakespeare and examines the idea that whatever his personal religious commitments, the great poet, throughout his work, was indeed mourning the fading of an integrated Catholic milieu.
Pope Francis has said that, especially in this Year of Mercy, we should read and reread Dante, a magnificent spiritual teacher. Bishop Robert Barron explains why he agrees.
Lisa Hendey shares a look at the newly released book Tolkien’s Sacramental Vision: Discerning the Holy in Middle Earth by talented author and academic, Craig Bernthal
“By long forebearing is a prince persuaded, and a soft tongue breaketh the bone.” -Prov. 25:15, KJV While watching Brideshead Revisited, the…