Recent writings from the Ink Desk

  • August 29th, 2014In Honor of Stratford Caldecottby Dena Hunt

    Crisis magazine gives an in-depth review of a collection of essays honoring Stratford Caldecott. Especially for those who are devotees of this extraordinary man, here’s a link:

    http://www.crisismagazine.com/2014/scholarly-friends-pay-tribute-late-stratford-caldecott

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  • August 29th, 2014The Real Desecration of Marriageby Kevin O'Brien

    She was one of the presenters at a "Journey of Faith" class that my wife and I were taking, back when we were looking into becoming Episcopalians.

    She told the following story.

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  • August 27th, 2014Defending the Definiteby Joseph Pearce

    I write from Aquinas College in Nashville during my first week of teaching in my new position as Writer-in-Residence and Director of the Center for Faith and Culture. Many exciting things have already happened this week and other exciting things are scheduled before I return home to South Carolina on Friday. I hope to write more in the next day or so. In the interim, I’m posting the link to my latest article for the Imaginative Conservative in which, as a diminutive David, I take on the Goliathan might of Wittgenstein:

    http://www.theimaginativeconservative.org/2014/08/defending-the-definite.html

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  • March 2nd, 2010Hot Off the Pressby Joseph Pearce

    Long awaited sequel examines Shakespeare's plays in light of his Catholic faith
    2/24/2010 - 12:59 PM PST

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA (February 24, 2010) - A new book just released from Ignatius Press, "Through Shakespeare's Eyes: Seeing the Catholic Presence in the Plays", gives further evidence of what many people have long suspected: that the famous William Shakespeare was indeed a Catholic. Fulfilling the promise he made in his previous book, "The Quest for Shakespeare", bestselling literary writer Joseph Pearce analyzes in this volume three of Shakespeare's immortal plays - "The Merchant of Venice", "Hamlet" and "King Lear" - in order to uncover the Bard's Catholic beliefs.

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Current Issue of StAR

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Recusants and Martyrs: English Resistance to the Tudor Terror

Sample Articles from Issue

September/October 2014 Table of Contents

Tudor Church Music and Revisionist History