The Catholic Artist Today

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Catholic poet, Dana Gioia, writes in First Things about the absence of  Catholics in the American fine arts.”The great and present danger to American literature is the growing homogeneity of our writers. . . Often raised in several places in no specific cultural or religious community, educated with no deep connection to a particular region, history, or tradition, and now employed mostly in academia, the American writer is becoming as standardized as the American car . . .  It is time to renovate and reoccupy our own tradition . . . ” Read it all here: The Catholic Writer Today

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TCC Radio: Faith Fired by Literature | On Being

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On “Speaking of Faith” with Krista Tippett, the author Paul Elie speaks about the life and work of three great Catholic authors Dorothy DayFlannery O’Connor, and Thomas Merton,  Listen to the program here: Faith Fired By Literature

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TCC Films: Catholicism: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith

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Catholicism Series

Looking for a movie to watch with this weekend?  We recommend you order this excellent five disc, ten episode documentary series Catholicism: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith presented by Fr. Bob Barron and watch it with a group. More and the trailer after the jump:

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