It’s true. Jesse, Scott, and I discuss Books 5-8 of The Odyssey at SFFaudio.
I wrote this way back in 2005 for Spero News but discovered that their site clips a good portion of the text. I’m rerunning it here to preserve the review because this is a book that still informs the way I try to deal with those with whom I disagree. And Heaven only knows that [...]
That can mean only one thing. Bridge of Birds, chapters 16-17, are ready for your listening pleasure at Forgotten Classics.
I’ll be sharing my story From Atheist to Happy Catholic (and what I learned along the way) with the Altar Society at their evening meeting. And you’re invited too! Tuesday, March 20 7:00 p.m. (following 6:00 p.m. Mass) St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, St. Anne Hall (6306 Kenwood Avenue, Dallas, TX 75214) You do not [...]
This is a talk that I gave to our RCIA class. I’m sharing it here for anyone else who’d like a little help finding their way around the Catechism, which can be confusing but need not be. I am not an expert on the Catechism, but I do know how to use it. The Catechism [...]
The Sabbath by Abraham Joshua Heschel My rating: 4 of 5 stars Continuing my education on the third commandment and why we need to take it seriously. Ok, I’m already converted to the concept and live it to the best of my ability … but I want to elevate it in my mind and heart [...]
Lesendes Mädchen [Reading Girl], Gemälde von Charles Edward Perugini Copyright: Public Domain (Source)
The Odyssey by Homer I saw that Scott and Jesse (and others) will be discussing the Odyssey on SFFaudio sometime soon, a few books at a time. This piqued my interest and I began listening to the LibriVox free version. I have read the Odyssey before, though I would be hard pressed to remember when, [...]