At Sunset, by E. Pauline Johnson [Needs Image]

E. Pauline Johnson was the daughter of an American Indian chief and an English lady. She became a poet and this is one of hers poems. At Sunset Tonight the west o’er brims with warmest dyes; Its chalice overflows With pools of purple colouring the skies, Aflood...

Silence [Needs Image]

I’ve begun a book by Gregory Wolfe titled Intruding Upon the Timeless. In it he quotes Simone Weil, whom he tags as, “One of the most brilliant mystical writers of the twentieth century, a woman intensely Jewish and intensely Christian at the same...

Journal Of A Soul [Needs Image]

A while back my brother gave me a book titled, “Journal of a Soul.” It has been my companion for over a year now, and I am not even halfway through it. The soul spoken of is Pope John the 23rd, and the book contains all of his journal entires from his...

A Good Start [Needs Image]

I’m beginning to read a 700 page book of theology. But to say it is just “theology” seems a little uncharitable according to the intention stated by Pope John Paul II. I tell you the truth: every single time I read something a Pope has written, I...
Please Pass The Human.

Please Pass The Human.

I wrote this senior year of high-school. It has an awkward feel to it. Forgive me. First and foremost this note is unnecessary, for it will not change the heart of any man. I have been reading a lot of books this summer containing a diversity of themes and theses and...