Wherefore Art Thou Vox
Hi halo_graphics,
As I'm on a 30 day trial of Kindle Unlimited, I've downloaded the e-version. Just started it. How can I help? Are you just wanting to learn whether it's faithful, or what? Let me know.

Sorry, Vox. I completely neglected to say it, but I'm glad you're back.
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(10-10-2017, 06:53 PM)dahveed Wrote: Hi halo_graphics,
As I'm on a 30 day trial of Kindle Unlimited, ...

I actually pay for Kindle Unlimited! I'll check it out, too.
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(10-10-2017, 03:53 PM)VoxClamantis Wrote:
(10-10-2017, 03:23 PM)halo_graphics Wrote: Hi Vox. Glad you're back. Im a painter and Family man and had some questions about a graphic novel on Our Lady of Fatima. Is this legit or should I avoid getting more copies for my kids? Thanks!


The actual book:

I am totally clueless about such things. Maybe someone else around here would know, though...

One of the endorsements was from Fr. Scott Haynes, who is the associate pastor and music director at St. John Cantius church in Chicago.  He's orthodox, and probably not likely to give an endorsement to something that isn't.  I haven't seen the book itself, and am not interested in graphic novels, but I can't imagine there being anything bad about it.  Now, the Society of St. John Cantius seems to put the Novus Ordo and the Traditional Latin Mass on equal footing, and I don't agree with that other than that they are both valid Masses.  In that regard, they may go into comparisons in the book that I don't think are good ones.  I'd just look through the book first and be looking out for that kind of attitude.

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