Previously, I linked to Ikkin’s videos on Final Fantasy XV*, which related to her view of the Catholic symbolism and influence in the game’s world and story. Her arguments are quite compelling and very useful for Catholic and/or Christian authors to study, as they will help a great deal with tailoring one’s fiction to be … Continue reading Ikkin Returns – A Look at the Novelization of Final Fantasy XV
Food for thought here, readers: Notes Towards A Theology of Art “If the artist can perceive a ray of the supreme beauty among the many manifestations of the beautiful, then art becomes a way to God.” The Purpose of Art Why does the human person create? Why does the artist make art? On the surface, … Continue reading The Christian Artist
A worthy reminder, readers. Click the link to learn more: Beauty: Not in the Eye of the Beholder H.L. Mencken wrote exactly 100 years ago: “The female body, even at its best, is very defective in form; it has harsh curves and very clumsily distributed masses; compared to it the average milk-jug, or even cuspidor, … Continue reading Eye of the Beholder…?
The Advent season is upon us, readers! Good Lord, is the year almost over already? It’s been so busy behind the scenes here that it is hard to believe we have all come this far so fast! As we begin this period of waiting for the coming of the Lord on December 25, this reflection … Continue reading Spiritual Vigilance
There is food for thought here, readers. Click the link to see the rest of the article: Persisting Contra To God’s Will JULY 2, 2021 ROB MARCO I remember very distinctly when my idealized vision of my life in my twenties came in curt confrontation with the reality of my situation. Whereas most people during … Continue reading Persistence – Good and Troublesome