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Tolkien: Maker of Middle-Earth exhibition guide

29—Catholic Feminism: Should We?—Abigail Rine Favale really-we-abigail-rine-favale/

28—An Introduction to Maritain’s Poetic Philosophy—Samuel Hazo

26—The Arts, Contemplation and Virtue—Basil Cole, OP

27—Always Wished to Research the Good Guides? Here’s How You will Essentially Follow Through—Scott Hambrick by-via-scott-hambrick/

30—What Tolkien’s Visual Artwork Tells Us About His Artistic Mind—John McQuillen, Holly Ordway

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Thomas V. Mirus is a pianist living in New York City. He is Director of Podcasts for, hosts The Catholic Lifestyle Podcast, and co-hosts Requirements: The Catholic Film Podcast. See full bio.

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