When did ours become a culture that worships death? When did we start thinking that it’s better to die than live with suffering (especially for other people)? Or, as we saw last week, when did we decide that other people are better off dead if
I know everyone is watching in fixed and horrified fascination as a hospital in the UK fights not to save but to end the life of a small boy. It’s most of the reason I haven’t posted anything in the last few days. Alfie Evans
“Ye shall be as gods”: what do the murder of Desdemona, abortion and Communion in the hand all have in common?
Mike Matt has posted to the website a piece I wrote some time ago for the print edition of the Remnant. It’s about lying. “Divinity of hell! When devils will the blackest sins put on, they do suggest at first with heavenly shows.” English literature
I’ve been a bit slow with the posting here lately. Sorry. Been doing a lot of work-for-pay elsewhere. Go see my take on the non-event of Ladaria finally piping up. And here for some background on why Communion in the hand is so important: “No,
The Cuore Verde, Umbria, the green heart of Italy. The big horseshoe of the Tiber Valley The internet really is the ultimate free-association engine – with each thought finding illustration as your mind drifts along from topic to topic. I started out looking into the