Mar 24, 2022
Thomas Mirus reads his article "Fatima Today: In Defense of Private Revelation".
The first part of this article is a reminder of the essential importance of Fatima in our time. The second, and longer, part corrects a misunderstanding of private revelation held by many—namely that whatever falls into this category can...
Mar 18, 2022
Katy Carl, author of the excellent new novel As Earth Without Water and editor-in-chief of the Catholic arts journal Dappled Things, joins the show to discuss the novel and the state of the Catholic literary scene.
The publisher's description of As Earth Without Water:
When Dylan Fielding, celebrated contemporary...
Mar 10, 2022
Today's guest is Chase Faucheux, translator of a recent biography of Pope St. Gregory the Great. Topics include:
Mar 4, 2022
Thomas Mirus goes solo in this episode to talk about how his relationship to music was completely transformed in his late teens, by exposure to the music of alto saxophonist Charlie Parker. Before he had used music to stimulate an emotional response, but soon he found himself listening for the sake of musical beauty...