Monthly Archives: July 2017

Inflowered

For the Introduction to this post, click here. Next off the pile was the Spring 2017 edition of The PRS Review – the journal of the Pre-Raphaelite Society. Based on the Contents page it was impossible to decide which article … Continue reading

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A Magical Tale

65 Million copies sold The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho has certainly made an impact. And it’s not hard to see why. For it is a book about chasing your dreams. And dreams? Well, they are beloved of Men. Some cultivate … Continue reading

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Old and New in the Mass of Ages

For the Introduction to this post, click here. First off the pile is the Summer 2017 issue of Mass of Ages, the magazine of the Latin Mass Society. As you can see, left, it features a nice photograph of Bishop … Continue reading

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Introductory

I am a member of several societies and every so often they send me their latest magazine or journal. And I’m afraid to say that every time they do, I put said magazine or journal onto the pile that I … Continue reading

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All Four Recommended

A while ago, and for too brief a time, I really enjoyed listening to a few podcasts while I worked. I stopped listening to them because I one part fell out of love with them and one part Never Got … Continue reading

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My Age of Anxiety – Scott Stossel

I was up at 4:30am this morning for Lauds, breakfast and reading. After the first two of these three, I did my twenty minutes with Old Thunder, My Age of Anxiety, and Into the Land of Bones. 4:30am, by the … Continue reading

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More Than is Sensible, I Know!

In recent months I have got out of the habit of talking about the books that I am reading. In this post, I will run through them. I hope that in the days and weeks to come I will be … Continue reading

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