Ferryland

Multi-sensory The cold, salt north atlantic air dances in my nose. The playful waves tumble and crash in my ears. The rocky coastline overwhelms my eyes as I try to take in it sprawling majesty in the glinting sun. The invisible wind touched my bare skin, sometimes like an angry lover doling out her scorn, sometimes … More Ferryland

Orthodox Heretic Brewing: Saint Anselm’s English Porter

This traditional English porter is named for the great doctor of the church, Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109). Although born in northern Italy, Anselm is best known as the Archbishop of Canterbury, a post for which he reluctantly left the cloistered life of the monastery. His time as Primate of the English church was as stormy as the climate … More Orthodox Heretic Brewing: Saint Anselm’s English Porter

40 Days in the Digital Wilderness: A (very late) Lenten Journal

My name is Robert and I spend way too much time on social media. This realization led me to take on a social media fast for Lent. Lent is long gone now, and in fact we’re almost through Easter. I do think the premise of a social media fast is important and should not just … More 40 Days in the Digital Wilderness: A (very late) Lenten Journal