Evening dawned. The red sky faded to purple, to black. The artificial light from the quiet little room […]
One of the great things about music in the Church is how it represents the ongoing praise of […]
Coraline (2008, streaming on Amazon Prime) might be the perfect movie for All Saints or All Souls (not that I’m praying for the dead in Purgatory, understand). What a great, semi-frightening children’s movie that gets to the heart of what matters in a family. I don’t know how closely it follows the story by Neil Gaiman, but the film is profound in ways I didn’t expect.
It is no secret, Kanye West struggles with his dad. Whether he is mad, disappointed or frustrated, his […]
He fumbled with the pages flipping back and forth, trying to find the little black letters that synced with what he recited in his head. Focusing almost too hard, he could not quite catch up to where everyone else seemed to be, because he could not concentrate. Little monsters behind his eyes swayed his attention from the songs of praise filling his ears, to her exposed ankle just beyond his reach, to an unfamiliar word in the heavy book that weighted his hands, to the breath of perfume far enough away which he could not quite savor.
On January 1, 1863, the President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, issued an executive order which changed […]
It’s late October, so the only thing to do is catch up on classic horror movies. A year […]