On the ontological argument.

On the “success sequences” and Bill O’Reilly.

On the Society for the Glorification of Savonarola, Scotch Freemasons, and Lawrence Stone.


Brass Rubbings

by Alberto Miguel Fernandez
On Egypt’s Catholic cemeteries.
The Jungle

by Helen Andrews
On Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Historia Ecclesiastica

by N. M. Gwynne
On the (unfairly?) maligned pontiff.

by Emma Mutch
On a pilgrimage.


by Ambrose Dobrozsi
On the nature of sacrifice.

by Justin Redemer
On a theme park.

by Scott Hahn and Brandon McGinley
On secularism.

by Urban Hannon
On the needs of the eleventh century—and our own.

by Matthew C. Briel
On the reform of Catholic university education.

Arts and Letters

by Sam Leith
The Dream Architects: Adventures In The Video Game Industry, by David Polfeldt; Virtual Cities: An Atlas And Exploration Of Video Game Cities, by Konstantinos Dimopoulos; A History Of Video Games: In 14 Consoles, 5 Computers, 2 Arcade Cabinets And An Ocarina Of Time, by Ian Simons and James Newman

by Matthew Walther
Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

by Aidan Nichols
Herbert McCabe: Recollecting A Fragmented Legacy by Franco Manni

by John Wilson
A Thirst For Empire: How Tea Shaped The Modern World, by Erika Rappaport; Tea War: A History Of Capitalism In China And India, by Andrew B. Liu; Tasting Qualities: The Past And Future Of Tea, by Sarah Besky


by Aaron James
On the great modern French composer.


by "Henry Pine"
On medieval computing.

Nunc Dimittis

by Nic Rowan
On one man’s treasure.