A reader shared a link on my blog to this Peter Kreeft lecture on Till We Have Faces. It's more than an hour long; but very worth it. I feel like several pieces clicked into place for me. The interplay between Christianity and the pagan myth, the role of the Trinity. And what Ungit is all about. Actually, by the end of the Q&A session at the end of the talk I was in tears. So I thought I'd throw it out there if anyone is interested.
I am not making any progress on The Moviegoer, alas. I just don't think I'm in the mood for Walker Percy right now. I was hopeful; but I don't think it's going to happen.
And I suppose it's my turn to pick a book for June, right?
Anyone want to read Sigrid Undset's Catherine of Siena
Or a biography of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frasatti
Or Women, Sex and The Church: A Case for Catholic Teaching by Erika Bachiochi?
Or Pope Benedict's Light of the World
A Tragic Sense of History
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