Tag Archives: Flannery O’Connor

Ghost stories

Don made a rather glowing recommendation of Mononoke a few weeks ago, which I mentally filed away until recently. Having watched the first story arc (which spans two episodes), we have: a rather laconic, mysterious man known only as the … Continue reading

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A spiritual envy

Hey all. It’s been a while; I’ve been busy and honestly I’m too tired to write anything particularly substantial tonight. But I stumbled across this article by Marian Ryan on Flannery O’Connor’s prayer diary, which was recently published: When I … Continue reading

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