If you've been visiting The Kindling and wondering "What's happening?", here are two pieces of news:
- The Kindling has 3 volunteer "posters" for Season 2. The posters will turn the Writers' text into posts on the site.
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Will Bertain talks about the experience that is Walker Percy.
Andrew Ellison writes about reading and responding to the signs of the times.
Hanson articulates a proposition about Catholic education and Catholic schooling.
Will Bertain discusses The Man in the High Castle as well as a book: The Winter Fortress.
Rebecca Roberts discusses a condition of Catholic sanity: recognizing the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
Hanson dug down to discover why The Kindling is worth working on. He shares what he found.
Hanson begins a series of posts that reflect on the role and work of the laity.
Jamie Hanson meditates on Creation, the Incarnation, and his child vomiting in the wee hours of Christmas, and explains why Catholics should attend to non-Catholic stuff.
Doug Paul writes about the Claypool Tunnel east of Superior, AZ.
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