What did he want? What could I give him? Actually, we both knew what he wanted, what he needed. He needed some way to live
Something chilling and sinister is going on with the meaning of the word ‘authenticity.’ It’s becoming ever more apparent that ‘authenticity’ is being separated from
In 1964 a young man named Jean Vanier visited an asylum for the disabled at the invitation of a priest friend, who was a chaplain
Sunday night, as others are preparing to ring in the new year by getting plowed on mixed drinks, I will most likely be writing
When J.R.R. Tolkien retired from his post at the University of Oxford in 1959, he intended to spend his new-found free time finishing The Silmarillion.