So this month my wife took the #3fictionalcharacters challenge, and I thought she nailed it perfectly. I gave it a go, and couldn’t. So I asked for help. 😉
Posts by Dominic de Souza
Fra Angelico & the Letterheart
The adventures begin with Fra Angelico working one evening as normal, when a strange ball of light interrupts him, and leads him to an incredible gift.
‘Fra Angelico’, My Children’s Series About Angels & Miracles
Blessed Fra Angelico, and his team of friendly angels travel throughout history helping to save people, right wrongs and bring about miraculous events.
The Epic of King Arthur: 3 Thoughts to Inspire Your Next Reading
I realized that the Round Table was more than a collection of random stories themed around a table. With my last reading, I was struck by 3 clear ideas.
5 Middle-Earth Series That Need to be Made this Year
Here are five series we think would blow the competition away on the small screen, straight from the works of the great man himself.
13 Things to Know About St. Ansgar of Scandinavia
Apostle to the Vikings, Ansgar of Scandinavia was young when he volunteered to travel into the heart of the Viking world, and preach Christ.
5 Reasons Why Homeschool Kids Will Survive the Zombie Apocalypse
Hi there! SetonMagazine.com has just published my newest article; it’s furiously tongue-in-cheek, and uses a fictional situation to highlight real benefits of homeschooling. Enjoy!
The Dome of Gold Dust | A Catechism Tale
A king tests a young couple’s claim to be morally superior to Adam and Eve, and safe from making a bad decision. A short story about judgement and choice.
The Wellspring Chalice | A Catechism tale
Two princesses are rewarded for their presence for their people. Only one works hard to express her thanks. A short story about gratitude.
The King of the Dry Waterfalls | A Catechism Tale
Unable to stop a river from flowing, a young prince explores till he finds its source. A short story about getting to the root of issues.
The God of Golgotha | A Poem About History and Christ
A meditative poem told through the eyes of Jew who witnessed flowering of Palm Sunday, and then the growth of Golgotha. With the rending of the Temple veil, he is granted a vision of the Paradise angel who, in two strokes, shows him that Eden, Sinai, Tabor and Golgotha are chapters in the same story, and that Christ-God is now our Eucharist.
The Silver-Bound Serpent | A Catechism Tale
A kingdom is threatened by a sorcerous serpent, and only a heart free from evil can slay it. | A short story about the power of evil to masquerade as good.
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