Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Screwtape Letters for Modern Times

I have just come across this brilliant piece of work mimicking C.S. Lewis, which was posted on the blog Etheldredasplace (wow – that’s a mouthful ‘aint it?): for the original post, click here. 1 – I love C.S. Lewis and I love … Continue reading

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An Act of Charity

This morning I was praying before Mass at a local parish I sometimes frequent.  It’s a beautiful church – one that really feels like a sanctuary when you walk in and echoes when you whisper.  It has these beautiful white marble pillars … Continue reading

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A “Jolly Good” Video on the Institute’s Work in the UK

Watching this video made me miss visiting New Brighton just a tad bit. It’s a good video if you’re interested on what is going on overseas!

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