Literature & Literary Criticism
Andrew M. Seddon
Is There Such a Thing as Catholic Ghost Stories?
When No Man Was His Own
Camus & Christ at Arlington National Cemetery
Tyranny of the Perverse Will
Freedom, But to What End?
Anne Barbeau Gardiner
The Tears of a Cleric
The Crypto-Catholic & the Jansenist
The Decisions that Shaped History
The Catholic Dramatist in a Protestant Land
The Virtue of Anger & the Sin of Wrath
Francis J. Manion
Reading Francis through Manzoni
Anne Barbeau Gardiner
Lust Hard by Hate
On Shakespeares Supposed Catholicity
F. Douglas Kneibert
Martyrdom in Mexico: Graham Greenes Masterpiece
James G. Hanink
Can Beauty Save the World?
On Gratitude & Growing Up
Misreading a Masterpiece
Chene Richard Heady
The Optimistic Pessimism of G.K. Chesterton
Joseph T. Stuart
Time & Certainty: Jane Austen & René Descartes Have Tea
Advice to Hell Raisers
The Third Man & the Third Millennium
To Question Authority
Three Victorian Morality Tales
Flannery O'Connor & the Representation of Mystery
Virtues of the Heart
The Christian Philosophy of Samuel Johnson
Fatherhood & Fertility in The Last of the Mohicans
Harry Potter: Situation Ethics Candy-Coated for Kids
"Mere Christianity" as Merely Protestant
Bradley J. Birzer
The Christian Gifts of J.R.R. Tolkien
The Mystery of Goodness in Children's Literature
New Oxford Notes
From Mere Christianity, To Merest Christianity
J. A. Gray
C. S. Lewis: His True Stature in Dispute
The Invisible Man
The Bluest Eye
The Heart of the Matter
The Power & the Glory
The Phenomenon of Robert Hugh Benson
We Reap What We Sow
Whispering Glades Revisited: No Catholics Allowed
A Twitch Upon the Thread
Ralph Ellison's Angle of Vision
Walker Percy: The Man & the Movie
Glenn N. Schram
A Neo-Thomist's Defense of Democracy
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