The Book of Kells has been digitized…

…and is now available on line for free. Had a chance to see it when I was in Dublin back in ’06. Very cool. And the Library at Trinity College is the archetypal vision of what an old library should look like. [Read more...]

Japanese Craftsman Makes *Amazing* Replicas of Sundry Sci Fi Spacecraft

…entirely out of paper. I’ve wasted my life. [Read more...]

I have two left feet

…but have always wished I could dance  as I have always wished  I could play a musical instrument.  I think a trained and gifted dancer is one of the most beautiful sights in the world.  So while I can’t do it myself, I think exploring a “theology of dance” would be worthwhile since “the earth [Read More...]

My Awesome Wife Made This….

…for our goofy son, Peter.  He wears it while slaying virtual dragons out in our garage. [Read more...]

This is a Big Deal

Lower rent Egyptians got mummy masks made from scraps of papyrus, sort of like papier mache. So what? So this: it looks like at least one mummy mask dating from the first century has, among other scraps, a fragment of the oldest know gospel manuscript in history, a piece of the gospel of Mark. It [Read More...]

This Guy is Good!

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Faith on the Ferry!

A nifty apostolate on the wave of Puget Sound! [Read more...]

Dear The Internet: I require this for my happiness and fulfilment as a human being

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Inside the Army’s Hidden Treasure Warehouse

No.  Really.  There is such a place. [Read more...]

Jazz-infused, hip hop, beat poet Peter Kreeft

Amazing mashup from a talk by my fave philosophy prof, Peter Kreeft: HT: Brandon Vogt, who has a genius for finding these little treasures. [Read more...]