Re-Post: “The Great Eucatastrophe: Good Friday and Notre-Dame”

Today is Good Friday--and yes, I know I don't normally update my blog on Fridays, but today is one of those gloriously important exceptions. What you'll read today is a repost of an article I originally wrote in 2019, just days after a catastrophic fire devastated one of the most beloved sites in all of Christendom. … Continue reading Re-Post: “The Great Eucatastrophe: Good Friday and Notre-Dame”

Book Review: “Romanov”

DISCLOSURE: THIS POST CONTAINS AMAZON AFFILIATE LINKS, MEANING I RECEIVE A SMALL COMMISSION IF YOU MAKE ANY PURCHASE THROUGH LINKS MARKED CLEARLY WITH AN ASTERISK, AT NO COST TO YOU. PLEASE READ MY FULL DISCLOSURE FOR MORE INFO. My 29th birthday was a very bookish one--which was quite nice, since reading is one of the best ways to spend … Continue reading Book Review: “Romanov”

Re-Post: “The Great Eucatastrophe: Good Friday and Notre-Dame”

I wrote this post last Good Friday, just days after a catastrophic fire devastated one of the most beloved sites in all of Christendom. That fire united the world in grief and horror in ways I don't think any of us expected--yet a startling gift in the ruins reminded everyone just in time for Good … Continue reading Re-Post: “The Great Eucatastrophe: Good Friday and Notre-Dame”