The Catholics Read team discuss Natalia Sanmartín Fenollera’s The Awakening of Miss Primm, and the importance of truly personal communication and community.
Browsing: Books, Films & the Arts
Bishop Robert Barron presents dark comedy Ingrid Goes West as a critique of the “iPhone culture” where virtual relationships trump real friendship.
Luke and Victoria explore Benedict XVI’s Last Testament, discussing his ability to maintain charity under immense criticism, and his sense of integrity.
Victoria and Luke explore Sense and Sensibility, how it reflects us to ourselves, and what St Thérèse of Lisieux teaches us about these characteristics.
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.
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.
We speak to Michael Sullivan, executive producer of Fearless, a new film which documents the awesome ministry of “Spirit-filled evangelisers” in the Church.