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.
Browsing: Books, Films & the Arts
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.
Bishop Robert Barron reflects on the importance of God’s precepts for a society by exploring a dramatic dilemma in the television series “The Crown”.
Bishop Robert Barron explores “Silence”, critiquing commentary which gives too much ground to secularism, and praising the lay martyrs of the film.
Bishop Robert Barron discusses the film Arrival and how it reveals the supernatural quality of God’s communication to us in the Scriptures.
Fr Thomas Loya explains how our modern society has distorted the body and has turned it to something dirty or perverted, covering its original beauty.