Hugo Nomination Finalists Announced

SF Signal has the listing with the free fiction links so you can snap up as many as possible and read them. Congratulations also to SF Signal, a particular favorite of mine, for their two Hugo nominations. Well done and well deserved! [Read more...]

Easter Monday: Living Under Enemy Occupation in the Light of Victory

Now think of the cross and resurrection of Jesus as breaking the power of sin. But if the power of sin, death and evil has been broken, how can we make sense of the fact that it still continues to plague us? Human history and Christian experience tell us of a constant struggle against sin [Read More...]

Part 5: The Wedding at Cana and the Passion of Christ

Duccio di Buoninsegna. Maestà (back, predella): The Wedding at Cana. 1308-11. The final part of Fulton Sheen’s reflections on the wedding at Cana and Christ’s Passion, death and resurrection. The Cross is everywhere. When a man stretches out his arms in relaxation, he unconsciously forms the image of the reason for the Son of Man’s [Read More...]

To Be Or Not To Be raises more than one question … and leads to our most controversial episode yet.

It’s the sign of a good satire and also of our times when the 1942 classic movie To Be Or Not To Be turns our conversation to politics and Catholicism in America. Get it at A Good Story is Hard to Find podcast. [Read more...]

“Thou”

My contribution to Sarah Reinhard’s ongoing series which considers the Hail Mary, word by word. There’s a surprising amount to reflect upon in that simple “thou” or so it seemed to me. [Read more...]

Part 4: The Wedding at Cana and the Passion of Christ

Gerard David. The Marriage at Cana. c. 1503. More of Fulton Sheen’s observations about the wedding at Cana and Christ’s Passion, death and resurrection. The six water pots were filled, making about one hundred and twenty gallons, and in the beautiful language of Richard Crashaw, “the conscious water saw its God and blushed.” The first [Read More...]

Part 3: The Wedding at Cana and the Passion of Christ

Giotto. The Wedding Feast at Cana. 1304-1306. Continuing with  Fulton Sheen’s insights connecting the wedding at Cana and Christ’s Passion, death and resurrection. At the Resurrection He gave Himself back to her, to show that while she had gained new children, she had not lost Him. At Cana the prophecy that Simeon had made to [Read More...]

Part 2: The Wedding at Cana and the Passion of Christ

Hieronymus Bosch. Hieronymus Bosch. Marriage Feast at Cana. Continuing sharing the mind blowing connections Fulton Sheen makes between the wedding at Cana and Christ’s Passion, death and resurrection. As soon as He has consented to begin His “Hour,” He proceeded immediately to tell her that her relations with Him would be henceforth changed. Until then, [Read More...]

A Free E-Book Per Week for 10 Weeks: SF From Phoenix Pick

Not only are we offering a free book from one of true greats in science fiction (Locus Magazine lists him as having won more awards for short fiction than any other writer, ever), but we are going to significantly expand our Amazon program. We will be offering 10 titles absolutely free over the next 10 [Read More...]

Part 1: The Wedding at Cana and the Passion of Christ

Jan Steen. The Marriage Feast at Cana. c. 1665/70. Fulton Sheen makes some wonderful connections between the wedding at Cana and Christ’s Passion, death, and resurrection in his excellent Life of Christ. (You can refresh your memory about the wedding at Cana here.) I will be sharing it as a series for the next few [Read More...]


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