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      Dracula Untold: Fallen man, the tragic hero

      It is perpetually wonderful to me how much truth can find its way into secularists’ stories. Dracula Untold, Universal’s newest origins story, is a...

      Elizabeth Anscombe on Hating God

      Elizabeth Anscombe (1919-2001) was a British analytic philosopher who early in life met and was deeply influenced by the great Austrian logician and linguist...

      He Descended into Hell

      (As we begin these latter days of Advent, awaiting the imminent arrival of our Saviour, it would do us well to ponder what indeed...

      Moments of Silence Amidst Feral Dogs

      Last autumn I was in Greece. I spent three months living on the Peloponnese, retreating from the world as I knew it, wandering through...

      The Ballad of the White Horse: An Epic for the Ages

      For years, friends urged me to read The Ballad of the White Horse by G.K. Chesterton, which I proceeded to put on the back burner for...

      Ireland’s Last Domino

      ”This day I call the heavens and the earth as witnesses against you that I have set before you life and death, blessings and...

      Of Romans and Mustard Seeds

      If an early Christian had been asked to speculate where the centre of the Catholic Church on earth would end up, it's not inconceivable...

      Late have I loved You

      Late have I loved You, beauty so old and so new; late have I loved You...If part of that famous passage from Book Ten...

      St. Brigid

      Our February artist, Anna Pierlot, is a student at Campion University in Australia. Her free time is consumed by art, writing, and a philosophy...

      Interview with Pakistan Archbishop Emeritus Lawrence Saldanha

      Archbishop Lawrence John Saldanha’s humble beginnings as a priest began upon his ordination on 16 January 1960 in Lahore, Pakistan. As a young priest...