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Top ten religious movies for Lent

By Tom Quiner

Integrating God and faith into movies doesn’t always work.

Sometimes, directors who are ardent believers try so hard to convey their fervor that the audience feels like they’ve been clubbed over the head. 1,581 more words


Leaf-cliff, it’s me, Cath-tree

Hello again!

It’s really weird to be writing as I really do feel like it was only yesterday that I wrote a post, never mind nearly two weeks ago. 582 more words

Bucket List

Les Miserables

I will admit, this is an intimidating post to write.

Not only because Les Miserables is such an incredible, life-changing book, but because Victor Hugo happens to be one of my favorite authors. 636 more words

Book Reviews

Handfuls of Letters

I love writing. I love the way words can be put together to create sentences and paragraphs, and how you can tell one person’s sentences from another. 484 more words

Lifestyle & Favs

Entrusting Sometimes Means Giving Away: Connecting the Thenadiers to the beginning of Les Mis

We just finished reading Fantine: Book Four, a.k.a. “Entrusting Sometimes Means Giving Away,” last Thursday for the Les Mis Readalong. It was pretty short, which makes it easier for me to take the time to reflect on it as a whole. 541 more words


blessed are les miserables (and other lessons from song lyrics)

As you may know, if you’ve been reading my blog for long, I tend to listen to a lot of music that doesn’t have lyrics, particularly my workday quadrivium of classic, ambient, post-rock, and movie scores.  541 more words