* Trent Dougherty on Skeptical Theism at the SEP
* John C. Wright on the Green Hornet
* Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia, ‘Beyond all holiness’: St Nicolas Cabasilas on the Mother of God
* Dorothy Cummings McLean on apostasy and liturgy in Benson's Lord of the World.
One thing that would be interesting would be more people reading Dawn of All, which can be seen as the next step. Lord of the World showed that if things went very bad for Catholics, the true Catholic must be willing to accept martyrdom, should faith ever demand it. Dawn of All showed that if things went very good for Catholics -- then the true Catholic must be willing to accept martyrdom, should love ever demand it. Good or bad, the measure of Christian life is the same, and the measure is a Man willing to suffer and to die on a Cross for us and for our salvation.
* A lecture from the early 1960s by James Weisheipl, O.P., on Communist philosophy (PDF) (ht)
* Peter Brooks on Balzac