Luke and Victoria discuss The Cross and the Switchblade, David Wilkerson’s refreshing radicality and how it can help Catholics to trust in the power of God.
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Kiara, Victoria & Luke discuss Julius Caesar’s The Conquest of Gaul, his matter-of-fact writing style and the hints of this seen in later great authors.
In this episode, Victoria, Luke and Kiara discuss John O’Brien’s The Trimmin’s on the Rosary, and the maternal Irish origins of Australian Catholicism.
The team discuss G.K. Chesterton’s “Heretics”, particularly looking at his commentary on the need to love our neighbour as a person, not an abstraction.
The team discussed Mark Shea’s “Work of Mercy”, how the Works of Mercy highlight Christ’s Incarnation, and the radicality of Christian love and mercy.
Luke and Victoria react to Robert Browning’s My Last Duchess, discussing Browning’s technique for creating considerable tension in the poem.
The team discuss Mark Twain’s “Joan of Arc”, the story of the great French saint, and why it is one of Kiara’s favourite books.