Many observe that Patrick O’Brian’s novels are comparable to Jane Austen’s, if only she had written rousing naval adventures.
Virginia Heffernan's Magic and Loss attempts to chronicle a tectonic shift through a series of essays on the experience of the Internet as art.
The enchanting beauty and intricate patterns of Anglo-Catholic liturgy provide the lineaments of imagination in The Towers of Trebizond.
At the Bloxham Festival for Faith and Literature for Faith and Literature, I was asked to comment on "Unapologetic" by Francis Spufford and "God's Presence" by Frances Young.
The good news is that there are so many wonderful and creative ways to do faith formation in the home. Making faith a part of our family doesn’t require that we spend hours sitting in straight-backed chairs while someone reads from the Bible in a monotone voice, nor does it require a divinity degree or encyclopedic knowledge of the Bible on the part of the parents. It does require time, attention, and conversation, as we create habits that help us acknowledge Christ and his presence within our homes.
The highest commendation I can offer is that I plan to re-read it soon to see what I missed the first time.