Since the arrival of Christianity on Japanese soil under the auspices of St. Francis Xavier and the Jesuits in the 16th century, Japan's history with the Faith has been far from perfect, given its role in the brutal persecution of multiple Christians over a period of two centuries and the controversies it has fueled with … Continue reading Anime Review #31: Trinity Blood
Hayao Miyazaki is one of the most well-known names in the anime circuit, and for good reason. As the founder of Studio Ghibli since 1985, he has been at the forefront of cinematic releases of various animated works, whose inventive storylines, imaginative worlds and colourful cast of characters have captivated audiences worldwide, gaining him fame, … Continue reading Anime Review #30: Spirited Away
Today, the Catholic Church commemorates the feast day of St. Valentine, a Catholic bishop who lived during the 3rd century and suffered persecution and martyrdom for the Faith under the pagan rule of the Roman emperors. His feast day has been contorted by the secular society as a corporate day to promote romance, driving in … Continue reading Navem Eos #4: Tails / Cosmo
Recently, a fellow blogger over at Ospreyshire's Realm approached several of my Anime Review posts, and we were able to strike up a nice conversation regarding the topics of said blogs. It's always nice to be able to meet other like-minded bloggers who share my taste in anime and other things in popular culture. This … Continue reading The Traditional Catholic Weeb Speaks: Blogger Recognition Award + Anime Plans For 2020!