The Muse at the Crossroads: The Reason and Inspiration of the Catholic Imagination by Anthony Crescio
It seems that for the Catholic writer, the imagination finds its muse in none other than He whom he pursues. For the Catholic writer there is an inherent necessity to share the reality that St. Augustine conveyed to us so well; to paraphrase that, ‘God has made us for Himself and our hearts are restless until they rest in Him.’ The Catholic writer either has acknowledged this consciously or subconsciously,... Read More →
Ransom was so small that the state highway department noted its existence only by the SPEED LIMIT 40 sign on the way into town and the SPEED LIMIT 55 sign on the way out. Lacey was on her way out, and she had no intention of keeping any speed limits. It was a summer’s morning just after dawn, the road was empty, and her windows were rolled down. She wanted... Read More →
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