Luke, Kiara and Victoria explore this detective thriller to discuss Chesterton’s ability to “paint with words”, the poetry of order in the world, and why Catholicism provides the ultimate rebellion against the law of entropy.
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Luke, Kiara and Victoria dig in to the infamous story of witchcraft, hysteria, adultery, and vengeance to explore Arthur Miller’s striking presentation of redemption and marriage.
Luke, Kiara and Victoria tackle O’Connor’s most well-known short story by looking at the notions of Grace & tragedy, “Golden Age” syndrome, and the tale’s infamous ending.
Luke and Victoria discuss how people (and morality) survive without civilisation, the root evil of pride in all sin, and the Biblical origins of the name Lord of the Flies.
Luke, Kiara and Victoria explore why man-made ethical systems ultimately fail, how Orwell’s cutting satire speaks about our own culture, and how a stirring revolutionary anthem can be set to the tune of La Cucaracha.
Luke, Kiara and Victoria discuss why faith is more than feelings, how The Trinity is like a dance which He created us to participate in, and why through Christ’s Incarnation and Death we become part of God’s Divine Life.
This time Luke, Kiara and Victoria delve in to the virtues which guide proper Christian behaviour, the difference between psychoanalysis and morality, and how attaining virtue can be a case of “fake it ’til you make it”…