Marie Daouda

Portrait of Charles Baudelaire taken in 1862 by Etienne Carjat.

Baudelaire grappling with God

Baudelaire’s poetry, both verse and prose, is at once an attempt to look the Creator in the eye as an equal, and also a means of throwing himself at His feet.

Lion print for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes.

In search of Narnia

Read C.S. Lewis’ children’s classics as an adult, and their mix of fantastical imagination, complex theology, and philosophical ponderings converge towards a fundamental human desire for truth.

Raïssa Maritain: more than a mystic

Driven by a desire for intellectual and spiritual truth, Raïssa Maritain’s writings search for peace and justice – but are sadly forgotten in our own time.

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