By Dr George Corbett, Lecturer in Theology, Imagination and the Arts, University of St Andrews. Reverend Jonathan Arnold, dean of divinity at Magdalen college, Oxford,
Conversion and reversion stories never fail to fascinate. Stories of how and why a person freely decides to embrace the Catholic Faith, or return to
Italian musician Beppe Frattaroli has produced an album in Latin, Beatitudinem quaerens: “Looking for Bliss”. By turns joyful, reflective, and gloriously stirring, Beatitudinem quaerens brings
Pardon us for engaging in a little self-promotion, but Catholic writers from ages 14-45 who are wondering how they can use their talents to bring
“Regret is a waste of time.” Dream said. “No, I think regret is when people realise they’ve wasted all the time they’ve had.” Chris argued.
All it takes is one bad day to reduce the sanest man alive to lunacy. That’s how far the world is from where I am.
[Caution: spoilers ahead] Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is a moving paean to fatherhood. The entire movie centers around Henry Turner’s
‘Apologetics and the Christian Imagination’ — A Richer, Deeper approach in connecting Souls With The Faith.
Are stories important for humanity? Is telling a story through books, movies, or the extemporaneous tales of mom and dad delivered to the children at