Glory to Jesus Christ! Today, Saturday the 22nd, is the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter, first of the Apostles. To honour this day, and that the Spirit may transfigure us more quickly into Christ, I want to share three short lessons that St. Peter teaches us.
Author Archives: James Imelda
Finding Happiness in Dystopia: Classical Notions of Freedom & Happiness in Zamyatin’s ‘We’
In his novel We, Zamyatin presents among his key themes the pursuit for happiness two opposing ideas of freedom. I intend to show the linkage between the concepts of happiness and freedom within We, arguing that Zamyatin presents something similar to the classical notions of these two things: That happiness is the personal experience oneContinue reading “Finding Happiness in Dystopia: Classical Notions of Freedom & Happiness in Zamyatin’s ‘We’”
And Most of All, Love
Once a friend and I were praying together out loud, and after a lengthy prayer on my part, she said a short prayer, and though I don’t remember the exact words, she said something like this: ‘I pray what I pray every day: God, please give me courage, and please give me strength, and pleaseContinue reading “And Most of All, Love”