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Coleridge: The Leper of Abercuawg, Marilynne Robinson’s Genesis, and Anglo-Saxon liturgical books

Coleridge is a monthly digest of noteworthy items in theology and the arts. Music Compared to the music of Haydn and Mozart, that of Dieterich Buxtehude...

Coleridge: Scorsese’s Jesus film, the Erasmian Quixote, and ecstatic poetry

Coleridge is a monthly digest of noteworthy items in theology and the arts. Contemporary Art Mark K. Spencer reviews Beautiful Ugliness: Christianity, Modernity, and the Arts...

Quintet of Quips and Quibbles

I wrote these five poems  — four quips and one quibble  — during an eight-day silent retreat at the Jesuit Centre, St Beuno’s, North Wales...

Coleridge: Stained-Glass Pioneers, Christian Wiman against Despair, and Nick Cave’s Yearning

Coleridge is a monthly digest of noteworthy items in theology and the arts. Art Pending lectures include, on February 8 in London, “Balthazar: The Third Man...

Coleridge: Bill Watterson’s Mysteries, Jean-Paul Sartre’s Nativity play, and Milton’s rebellion

Coleridge is a monthly digest of noteworthy items in theology and the arts. Art and Architecture Is art a secular invention? Matthew Milliner tests the theory...

Coleridge: Catholic Jon Fosse’s Nobel, Bill Watterson’s Mysteries, and Sufjan Stevens’s Faith

Coleridge is a monthly digest of noteworthy items in theology and the arts. Art History In Washington, D.C., the Catholic Art Institute will host a Christmas...

Dead Piepers Society

This article contains spoilers if you haven’t seen Dead Poets Society. In a distinctly sad moment in Dead Poets Society (1989), Peter Weir’s film about...

Coleridge: Christina Rossetti’s Anglo-Catholicism, Chichester’s new workshop for liturgical art, and Cormac McCarthy’s contemptus mundi

Coleridge is a monthly digest of significant developments in theology and the arts. Music In “Spiritual Renewal and Modern Choral Music,” Michael De Sapio praises the...

Coleridge: Rowan Williams on the Bible and Poetry; Taylor Swift and Catharism; the Lives of Virgil and Andrei Rublev

Coleridge is a monthly digest of significant developments in theology and the arts. Art Andrey Rublev: The Artist and His World, a biography by Robin Milner-Gulland...

Coleridge: The Vocation of the Cinephile; An Opera About Palestrina; Music and Silence

Coleridge is a monthly digest of significant developments in theology and the arts.  By Ben Lima Music Deal Hudson interviews poet Dana Gioia about his collaboration with...

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