The Night is Far Spent: A Treasury of Thomas Howard
This anthology of the best of Thomas Howard covers many topics of interest. From litergical reform and sacred architecture, women's ordination and hierachical authority, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien - These and many other topics are tackled by Howard with his characteristic thoughfulness in these articles and speeches that span more than twenty years of his prolific career.
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On Fictions and Gospel
Beowuld and Company
Of Towers and Wardrobes
C S Lewis and the Sanctified Imagination
The Life and Legacy of C S Lewis
The Wages of Reading
Brideshead Revisited Revisited
What Is a Sacrament? Part II
On Brazen Heavens
A Personal Pilgrimage and the Discovery of Five Marks of the Church
The Touchstone of Orthodoxy
Who Am I? WHO AM I?
A Portrait of Dietrich von Hildebrand
Light on Charles Williams
A Note on T S Eliot
Let Us Purify the Dialect of the Tribe
The Catholic Angler
The Power of Wise Custom
The Image of the Cross
What Is a Sacrament? Part I
Ballet and Gender
An Awesome Honor
The Yoke of Fatherhood
Notes Upon Hearing Handels Coronation Anthems
Anachronism or Salvation?
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