Bishop Robert Barron explains how themes of silence, love and self-sacrifice make horror film “A Quiet Place” the most unexpectedly religious film of the year.
Browsing: Books, Films & the Arts
Ronan Reilly explores the historical role and influence of sacred music in current society. He also gives recommended resources to further explore the tradition of sacred music in the Church.
Steph Unger talks about her role as Project Officer for Student Formation for Catholic Education, Brisbane and the work that she has been involved with since last we spoke to her at ACYF 2015. She also talks about some of the fruits that have come out of her ministry and her music.
Stephen Kirk shares his journey back to faith and the Catholic Church and how he began to write reflective music out of his love and yearning for God.
Luke & Kiara discuss St Thérèse of Lisieux’s Story of a Soul, the beauty of the Communion of Saints, and the heresy of Jansenism.
Katherine speaks with Dr Matthew Tan about the Netflix series Stranger Things: the concept of evil as unreal and the role of suffering.
Bishop Robert Barron explores Greta Gerwig’s film Lady Bird, its treatment of Catholicism, and the effect of grace in the central character’s life.