Catholic Cinema and Presbyterian Couture

A couple interesting items came to me through Twitter this week. First, there is a forthcoming film on Augustine titled Restless Heart: The Confessions of St. Augustine. The trailer is fairly compelling, and the film looks well made. Nevertheless, this is an Ignatius Press film project. The Augustinians need to stand up for themselves and reclaim their guy. (↬@AaronRedeemed)

Second, Nate Shannon tells me a couple of men from Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, PA have started an online tie store. Yes, you can now get your own Presbyterian couture d’homme and, according to @reformedtexan, stay decent and in order.


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