Articles on this issue "literature"
“Have you heard? Father Longenecker advocates having seances and communicating with the dead!” So it might be assumed from the title of this article: “Communicating with C.S.Lewis.” Am I …read more
For a seminar entitled “Text and Worldview,” in which a group of students (from different majors) and I read books and watch films and discuss the worldview of the author/producers, I had …read more
Now that a decade has passed since the end of the tumultuous 20th century, there is perhaps enough distance to begin taking stock of an age that so radically reshaped the world and the way we …read more
Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi is highlighting the example of St. Thomas Becket as a man who knew how to fight temptation and be faithful to his conscience. The president of the Pontifical Council …read more
Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936) is well known for his clever and humorous writing, and his thought-provoking paradoxes. But he might also become known as a saint, if a proposal to launch …read more
There is mounting evidence that William Shakespeare was a Catholic, says author Joseph Pearce. In this interview with ZENIT Pearce discusses his latest book, "The Quest for Shakespeare: The …read more