I should start this review out with a mild disclaimer: I’m not Catholic. I’m a practicing Evangelical Protestant who enjoys Catholic art but I am not confirmed and don’t personally share many Catholic core beliefs (heck I’m a pretty liberal Christian in many respects). That said, I’ve been curious to see the movie Fatima forContinue reading “HUMMEL Review: Fatima (2020)”
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PODCAST – Professor Rachel Fulton-Brown discusses “The Forge of Tolkien”
One of my favorite regular guests who I have had the opportunity to meet and befriend in the past two years has been the wonderful Mrs. Rachel Fulton-Brown. She is a professor of Medieval history at the University of Chicago and a famous firecracker in the culture wars of the past half decade. As aContinue reading “PODCAST – Professor Rachel Fulton-Brown discusses “The Forge of Tolkien””
Book Review: The Final Martyrs (2008)
Despite being released in 2008, the eleven short stories comprised in this edition aren’t new short stories. The Japanese author Shusaku Endo conceived of the stories and published them between 1959 and 1985. Endo is most famous now for his 1966 masterpiece Silence. The book was launched into western discussion and prominence in 2016 followingContinue reading “Book Review: The Final Martyrs (2008)”
In Defiance of the Dark: How Preserving American Culture means celebrating Halloween!
Let me begin by stating my obvious bias, I love Halloween. I like scary stories, I love pumpkin spice lattes, fake cobwebs, classic horror movies, pumpkin carving, and ghoulish skeletons. My favorite Halloween pastime is handing out candy, longing for the day when I can take my own children trick-or-treating. For the past several years,Continue reading “In Defiance of the Dark: How Preserving American Culture means celebrating Halloween!”