- Brief talks on the social beliefs and practice of Ss. Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, and John Chrysostom, by Maximos Constas, John McGuckin, and John Behr, respectively.
- Photos from an exhibition held for modern Russian iconography.
- By accident I found out that Osmania University has made a great number of 20th century books available online at archive.org. Some special ones:
Plotinus, an introduction and translation by A. H. Armstrong;
Kant’s Conception of God, by F. E. England;
Science and the Human Temperament, by Erwin Schrödinger;
Speeches and Writings of M. K. Gandhi, with introduction by C. F. Andrews;
Being and Having, by Gabriel Marcel, translated by Katherine Ferrer;
Poetry and Drama, and Poems, 1909-1925 by T. S. Eliot;
A Hundred Years of Chemistry, by Alexander Findlay.
Be sure to check out everything they’ve made available here. Osmania’s collection is included in an even larger collection called the Universal Library. I especially like the works they’ve made available from publishers like George Allen and Unwin and Faber & Faber.
- Hildegard von Bingen – O Vis Aeternitatis
- Did Jesus speak Greek? New Testament scholar Fr. Joseph Fitzmyer, SJ gives a detailed account.