Today is the feast of our patroness, St. Helen, so a blessed feast to all of our readers! In our collection are some suggestions for making sure God goes with you on your family vacation, a look at Regina Magazine, a review of Incredibles 2, and a remarkable MacGyver-like company armed with 3-D printers helping in war and disaster-torn countries. And much, much more!
Last week, we featured a story on the just-released-film, The Heart of Nuba, about an American doctor in war-torn Sudan. In today’s collection we have an interview with another American missionary to Sudan answering the real call many have to serve people in such dire conditions. There is also a fun article about philosopher Alastair MacIntyre’s favorite Jane Austin character, as well as a fascinating video about why Stradivarius violins are worth millions. Enjoy!
Today’s collection has a lovely review of the Boston art show on Mary Cassatt, some practical advice for formal dining and dealing with your boss, and 5 books to keep on your radar for engaging Protestants. And for those of you who have never encountered Baltimore beyond the bad news in the media, the Garden and Gun article will show you why it is still called “Charm City.” And much, much more!
If you ever feel nostalgic for Catholic culture, Jozef Kosc’s piece will only add to it as he describes a Catholic wedding in Poland. We also have in the collection today a review of what looks to be a must-see film about a rosary-praying doctor in Sudan, and a unique refreshing drink perfected in India to ward off the deep thirst of summer. Have a great weekend!