What earlier generations held as sacred, remains sacred and great for us too, and it cannot be all of a sudden entirely forbidden or even considered harmful. It behooves all of us to preserve the riches which have developed in the Church’s faith and prayer, and to give them their proper place.Pope Benedict XVI, Summorum … Continue reading St. Pius V Corner: Little Custodians Of Tradition
Nintendo's famous mustachioed video game plumber, Super Mario, has been long considered an icon of the video gaming world. Ever since his debut in Donkey Kong in 1981, which would be followed up by the Mario Bros. arcade in 1983 and most famously, the NES smash hit Super Mario Bros. of 1985, his adventures have … Continue reading Anime Review #60: The Super Mario Anime Movie
This week I continue my next batch of posts for the East Meets West series, dedicated to comparing/contrasting anime and Western media of similar premises, and, based on a specific set of criteria, decide which of the two is, in my fallible opinion, the superior version. When one thinks of the comic book superhero, often we associate … Continue reading East Meets West #7: One Punch Man .vs. League Of Super Evil
Apart from consuming hours upon hours of Stanley Cup playoff hockey action, namely those involving the upstart New York Islanders, I also find myself trawling across several other anime bloggers' works on WordPress during my downtime - of which I have much, now that the days when I used to work 50+ hours a day … Continue reading The Traditional Catholic Weeb Speaks: 7 Favorite/Disliked Anime EDs
There exist two classes of romance stories: on one side, there are the timeless, heartwarming stories which continue to captivate readers and enthrall them with the life, struggles and successes of the couple. Nicholas Sparks' A Walk To Remember, which I remember reading in middle school, is one such example. On the flip side, you … Continue reading Anime Review #59: Fireworks – Should We Watch It From The Side Or The Bottom?