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Risking Enchantment
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Rachel Sherlock

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A discussion on beauty in art and culture and its place in the Catholic faith.

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The Saints: More than Just Imaginary Friends

"Can we not say that the virtuous lives of the saints are the measuring lines stretched out over our souls to make sure our lives take the proper shape and measure up to their good example?" - St Anthony of Padua To celebrate All Saints Day we take a look at the real impacts the saints can have on our lives by discussing some of the saints who themselves were inspired by saints, and how this helped them on their spiritual journey. We look at the four Theresas: Teresa of Avila, Therese of Lisieux, Mother Theresa, and Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, as well as two saints inspired by St Francis Xavier. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Phoebe Watson Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more atwww.rachelsherlock.com What We're Enjoying at the Moment: Phoebe: The Goblin King Rachel: Over the Garden Wall

56 MIN1 w ago
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The Saints: More than Just Imaginary Friends

Cartoon Saloon: Celtic and Christian Coexistence

"I have seen beauty thrive in the most fragile of places. I have seen the book. The book that turned darkness into light." In this episode I am joined by Robyn Conroy to discuss the representation of Celtic and Christian heritage in the animated movies, The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea by Irish animation company Cartoon Saloon. Along with highlighting the beautiful artwork of these movies we also delve into how Catholics can interact with other kinds of cultural traditions and beliefs. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Robyn Conroy Follow us on social media: @seekingwatson @robynconroyart Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more atwww.rachelsherlock.com Works Mentioned: The Beekeeper trailer Cartoon Saloon The Secret of Kells Song of the Sea Revealing The Secret of Kells, Part 1, Image Journal Decent Films - The Song of the Sea, Review Song of the Sea Blog "On Fairy-Stories"Tree and Leaf: Including Mythopoeiaby J.R.R. Tolkien "Three Objections to Fairy Tales and C. S. Lewis's Response" "Great Films for Kids: Song of the Sea" "Fairy Tales"All Things Consideredby G.K. Chesterton Folk Catholicism, Wikipedia The Importance of Myths and Fairy Tales for Christian Children, Catholic Exchange What We're Enjoying at the Moment Robyn: Man in the High Castle, TV series Rachel: Great British Bake Off

64 MIN3 w ago
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Cartoon Saloon: Celtic and Christian Coexistence

John Henry Newman: Sainthood through Friendship

‘Friendship is not only the message of the gospel, it is also the best medium for conveying it. As our Lord says ‘I no longer call you servant I now call you friends.’ - Dr. Scott Hahn In this episode Maria and I discuss our excitement at the upcoming canonisation of John Henry Newman. We explore what Newman has taught us about friendship and the particular role it played in his own life and spiritual journey. We also take a moment to highlight our favourite poems of his and to mark his place in the literary world. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Maria Connolly Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more atwww.rachelsherlock.com Works Mentioned: Apologia Pro Vita Sua by John Henry Newman 'A Letter Addressed to the Duke of Norfolk on Occasion of Mr. Gladstone's Recent Expostulation'Certain Difficulties Felt by Anglicans in Catholic Teaching, Volume 2 by John Henry Newman In His Own Words: Newman on Friendship Dr Scott Hahn on Newman's conversion ‘Sermon on Love of Relations and Friends’by John Henry Newman ‘Sermon on Personal Influence, the Means of Propagating the Truth’by John Henry Newman Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis 'Tolstoy and the Cult of Simplicity' by G.K. Chesterton 'The Parting of Friends' by John Henry Newman Snapdragon by John Henry Newman 'The Death of Gerontius' by John Henry Newman 'The Queen of Seasons' by John Henry Newman What We're Enjoying at the Moment: Maria: Georgette Heyer novels Rachel: You've Got Mail

64 MINOCT 4
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John Henry Newman: Sainthood through Friendship

Saints and Slavers: Stories of Missionaries

"Christ wanted love to be called his single commandment. This we owe to all men. Nobody is excepted.” - Bartolomé de las Casas In this episode I am joined by Conor Gaffey to discuss some of the most well known stories about Christian and Catholic missionaries. At turns revered and despised, missionaries remain as fascinating figures in modern storytelling. We discuss the novel Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, as well as the films, The Mission, directed by Ronald Joffé and Silence, directed by Martin Scorsese. Taking these narratives as a starting point we discuss what it means to introduce Christianity to a culture, the failings and virtues of historical missions and what it means to be brought to the edge of faith. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Conor Gaffey Follow us on social media: @seekingwatson, @ConorGaffey Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works Mentioned: Things Fall Apart, by Chinua Achebe The Mission, directed by Roland Joffé Silence, directed by Martin Scorsese Decent Films Reviews:The Mission (1986) Decent Films Reviews: Silence (2016) What We're Enjoying at the Moment Conor: The Lion King (2019) Spirit by Beyoncé Rachel: Nothing Arrived (Acoustic) by Villagers

87 MINSEP 18
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Saints and Slavers: Stories of Missionaries

Jane Austen: The Freedom and Sacrifice of Moral Integrity

‘I hope I never ridicule what is wise or good. Follies and nonsense, whims and inconsistencies do divert me, I own, and I laugh at them whenever I can.' Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice We're delighted to be back from our summer break and we've launched back into the thick of things. In this episode Phoebe and I are looking at the novels of Jane Austen and what her heroines can teach us about holding onto moral integrity and our Christian call to overcome our personal failings to love with true freedom. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Phoebe Watson Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works Mentioned: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen Emma by Jane Austen Mansfield Park by Jane Austen Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen Persuasion by Jane Austen The History of England’ by ‘a partial, prejudiced, & ignorant historian’ (Jane Austen) 'Jane Austen’s Morality of Marriage'by Guy McClung, The Imaginative Conservative 'Polite Lies: The Veiled Heroine of Sense and Sensibility' by Susan Morgan, Nineteenth-Century Fiction The Habit of Beingby Flannery O'Connor 'In Defense of Fanny Price: Why You Don’t Like Mansfield Park as Much as You Should' by Haley Stweart, Carrots for Michaelmas Fountains of Carrots Podcast 'How to go to Confession', Catholic Stuff You Should Know What we're enjoying at the moment Phoebe: A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles Rachel: Band of Brothers Chernobyl

69 MINSEP 6
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Jane Austen: The Freedom and Sacrifice of Moral Integrity

The Infamy and Insight of The Young Pope

Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Ben Conroy, Matthias Conroy Follow us on social media: @seekingwatson, @BenJDConroy,@ItsJustLupin Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works mentioned: The Young Pope (2016) 'Vatican newspaper finally critiques ‘The Young Pope’ — one year after its release' 'Waiting for a Young Pope' by Matthew Schmitz The Medium and the Lightby Marshall McLuhan 'Review: ‘The Young Pope’ Is Beautiful and Ridiculous' byJames Poniewozik What We're Enjoying at the Moment Ben: Breaking Bad Matthias: Attack on Titan Rachel: Your Name (2016)

63 MINJUN 14
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The Infamy and Insight of The Young Pope

The Flaw of Perfection in Female Protagonists

"Have courage, and be kind" as we take a look at some examples of modern female protagonists, the pitfalls of their portrayals and what they could learn from the lives of the saints. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock and Phoebe Watson Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works mentioned: Barbara Nicolosi (Podcast: The Church of the Masses) Wonder Woman Captain Marvel Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi Star Wars: Rogue One Twilight The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Dumbo (2019) A Wrinkle in Time (2018) A Series of Unfortunate Events (Book series and film adaptation) Beauty and the Beast (2017) Cinderella (2015) Harry Potter (film series) That Time Disney Remade Beauty and the Beast, Lindsay Ellis (YouTube video) Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen War and Peace (2016 TV series) Anne of Green Gables Anne with an E Our Lady of Sorrows by Monsignor ...

71 MINJUN 1
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The Flaw of Perfection in Female Protagonists

From St Peter's to Notre Dame: The Sacred Art of Architecture

"Then whoever was born a poet became an architect... in the direction of architecture,—gushed forth through that art, and its Iliads assumed the form of cathedrals." - Victor Hugo This week's episode comes from Rome, where we discuss the heritage and perspective that architecture gives to the Catholic faith. We discuss the recent fire at Notre Dame and look into Victor Hugo's famous novel on the cathedral to find out why these buildings hold a special place in our faith and history. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock and Phoebe Watson Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works and Authors mentioned: Elizabeth Lev Built Form of Theology: The Natural Sympathies of Catholicism and Classicism Elizabeth Lev on Notre Dame The Hunchback of Notre Dame (This Will Kill That) To make Britain Richer, Make Britain Beautiful The Neuroscience of Architecture: The Good,...

61 MINMAY 17
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From St Peter's to Notre Dame: The Sacred Art of Architecture

Detective Fiction and the Mystery of Faith

"The romance of the police force is thus the whole romance of man. It is based on the fact that morality is the most dark and daring of conspiracies." - G.K. Chesterton In this episode we discuss Detective Fiction and the Detection Club, and whether or not this genre has a uniquely Catholic lens. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock and Chloe Chloe Follow us on social media: @seekingwatson and @ChloeAMDG Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works and Authors mentioned: A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle “The Blue Cross,” The Innocence of Father Brown by G.K. Chesterton Chesterton.org "The Great Detectives: G.K. Chesterton – Father Brown" by John Peterson The Club of Queer Trades by G.K. Chesterton "Detective Fiction Reinvention and Didacticism in G. K. Chesterton’s Father Brown" by Clifford James Stumme "Detective fiction and the religious imagination" by David A. King "A Defence of Detec...

67 MINMAY 3
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Detective Fiction and the Mystery of Faith

Violent Films and Catholic Audiences

"Even when they explore the darkest depths of the soul or the most unsettling aspects of evil, artists give voice in a way to the universal desire for redemption" In this episode we look at the approaches Catholics and Christians can have in encountering evil and violence in film. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock and Phoebe Watson Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works and Authors mentioned: Christians and Movies: The Danger Within, Not Without - Patheos "No Movies Please, We’re Catholic" - National Catholic Register Why Do People like Violent Movies - Psychcentral Faith and Film Criticism: The Challenge of the Catholic Critic - Decent Films Inter Mirifica What is Wrong with Movie Violence? - LA Review of Books Painfotainment - Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History Experiencing Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find” - JStor A Good Man is Hard to Find - Flannery O’Connor Flannery O’Connor and the Vi...

74 MINAPR 19
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Violent Films and Catholic Audiences

Latest Episodes

The Saints: More than Just Imaginary Friends

"Can we not say that the virtuous lives of the saints are the measuring lines stretched out over our souls to make sure our lives take the proper shape and measure up to their good example?" - St Anthony of Padua To celebrate All Saints Day we take a look at the real impacts the saints can have on our lives by discussing some of the saints who themselves were inspired by saints, and how this helped them on their spiritual journey. We look at the four Theresas: Teresa of Avila, Therese of Lisieux, Mother Theresa, and Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, as well as two saints inspired by St Francis Xavier. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Phoebe Watson Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more atwww.rachelsherlock.com What We're Enjoying at the Moment: Phoebe: The Goblin King Rachel: Over the Garden Wall

56 MIN1 w ago
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The Saints: More than Just Imaginary Friends

Cartoon Saloon: Celtic and Christian Coexistence

"I have seen beauty thrive in the most fragile of places. I have seen the book. The book that turned darkness into light." In this episode I am joined by Robyn Conroy to discuss the representation of Celtic and Christian heritage in the animated movies, The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea by Irish animation company Cartoon Saloon. Along with highlighting the beautiful artwork of these movies we also delve into how Catholics can interact with other kinds of cultural traditions and beliefs. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Robyn Conroy Follow us on social media: @seekingwatson @robynconroyart Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more atwww.rachelsherlock.com Works Mentioned: The Beekeeper trailer Cartoon Saloon The Secret of Kells Song of the Sea Revealing The Secret of Kells, Part 1, Image Journal Decent Films - The Song of the Sea, Review Song of the Sea Blog "On Fairy-Stories"Tree and Leaf: Including Mythopoeiaby J.R.R. Tolkien "Three Objections to Fairy Tales and C. S. Lewis's Response" "Great Films for Kids: Song of the Sea" "Fairy Tales"All Things Consideredby G.K. Chesterton Folk Catholicism, Wikipedia The Importance of Myths and Fairy Tales for Christian Children, Catholic Exchange What We're Enjoying at the Moment Robyn: Man in the High Castle, TV series Rachel: Great British Bake Off

64 MIN3 w ago
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Cartoon Saloon: Celtic and Christian Coexistence

John Henry Newman: Sainthood through Friendship

‘Friendship is not only the message of the gospel, it is also the best medium for conveying it. As our Lord says ‘I no longer call you servant I now call you friends.’ - Dr. Scott Hahn In this episode Maria and I discuss our excitement at the upcoming canonisation of John Henry Newman. We explore what Newman has taught us about friendship and the particular role it played in his own life and spiritual journey. We also take a moment to highlight our favourite poems of his and to mark his place in the literary world. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Maria Connolly Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more atwww.rachelsherlock.com Works Mentioned: Apologia Pro Vita Sua by John Henry Newman 'A Letter Addressed to the Duke of Norfolk on Occasion of Mr. Gladstone's Recent Expostulation'Certain Difficulties Felt by Anglicans in Catholic Teaching, Volume 2 by John Henry Newman In His Own Words: Newman on Friendship Dr Scott Hahn on Newman's conversion ‘Sermon on Love of Relations and Friends’by John Henry Newman ‘Sermon on Personal Influence, the Means of Propagating the Truth’by John Henry Newman Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis 'Tolstoy and the Cult of Simplicity' by G.K. Chesterton 'The Parting of Friends' by John Henry Newman Snapdragon by John Henry Newman 'The Death of Gerontius' by John Henry Newman 'The Queen of Seasons' by John Henry Newman What We're Enjoying at the Moment: Maria: Georgette Heyer novels Rachel: You've Got Mail

64 MINOCT 4
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John Henry Newman: Sainthood through Friendship

Saints and Slavers: Stories of Missionaries

"Christ wanted love to be called his single commandment. This we owe to all men. Nobody is excepted.” - Bartolomé de las Casas In this episode I am joined by Conor Gaffey to discuss some of the most well known stories about Christian and Catholic missionaries. At turns revered and despised, missionaries remain as fascinating figures in modern storytelling. We discuss the novel Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, as well as the films, The Mission, directed by Ronald Joffé and Silence, directed by Martin Scorsese. Taking these narratives as a starting point we discuss what it means to introduce Christianity to a culture, the failings and virtues of historical missions and what it means to be brought to the edge of faith. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Conor Gaffey Follow us on social media: @seekingwatson, @ConorGaffey Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works Mentioned: Things Fall Apart, by Chinua Achebe The Mission, directed by Roland Joffé Silence, directed by Martin Scorsese Decent Films Reviews:The Mission (1986) Decent Films Reviews: Silence (2016) What We're Enjoying at the Moment Conor: The Lion King (2019) Spirit by Beyoncé Rachel: Nothing Arrived (Acoustic) by Villagers

87 MINSEP 18
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Saints and Slavers: Stories of Missionaries

Jane Austen: The Freedom and Sacrifice of Moral Integrity

‘I hope I never ridicule what is wise or good. Follies and nonsense, whims and inconsistencies do divert me, I own, and I laugh at them whenever I can.' Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice We're delighted to be back from our summer break and we've launched back into the thick of things. In this episode Phoebe and I are looking at the novels of Jane Austen and what her heroines can teach us about holding onto moral integrity and our Christian call to overcome our personal failings to love with true freedom. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Phoebe Watson Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works Mentioned: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen Emma by Jane Austen Mansfield Park by Jane Austen Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen Persuasion by Jane Austen The History of England’ by ‘a partial, prejudiced, & ignorant historian’ (Jane Austen) 'Jane Austen’s Morality of Marriage'by Guy McClung, The Imaginative Conservative 'Polite Lies: The Veiled Heroine of Sense and Sensibility' by Susan Morgan, Nineteenth-Century Fiction The Habit of Beingby Flannery O'Connor 'In Defense of Fanny Price: Why You Don’t Like Mansfield Park as Much as You Should' by Haley Stweart, Carrots for Michaelmas Fountains of Carrots Podcast 'How to go to Confession', Catholic Stuff You Should Know What we're enjoying at the moment Phoebe: A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles Rachel: Band of Brothers Chernobyl

69 MINSEP 6
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Jane Austen: The Freedom and Sacrifice of Moral Integrity

The Infamy and Insight of The Young Pope

Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock, Ben Conroy, Matthias Conroy Follow us on social media: @seekingwatson, @BenJDConroy,@ItsJustLupin Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works mentioned: The Young Pope (2016) 'Vatican newspaper finally critiques ‘The Young Pope’ — one year after its release' 'Waiting for a Young Pope' by Matthew Schmitz The Medium and the Lightby Marshall McLuhan 'Review: ‘The Young Pope’ Is Beautiful and Ridiculous' byJames Poniewozik What We're Enjoying at the Moment Ben: Breaking Bad Matthias: Attack on Titan Rachel: Your Name (2016)

63 MINJUN 14
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The Infamy and Insight of The Young Pope

The Flaw of Perfection in Female Protagonists

"Have courage, and be kind" as we take a look at some examples of modern female protagonists, the pitfalls of their portrayals and what they could learn from the lives of the saints. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock and Phoebe Watson Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works mentioned: Barbara Nicolosi (Podcast: The Church of the Masses) Wonder Woman Captain Marvel Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi Star Wars: Rogue One Twilight The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Dumbo (2019) A Wrinkle in Time (2018) A Series of Unfortunate Events (Book series and film adaptation) Beauty and the Beast (2017) Cinderella (2015) Harry Potter (film series) That Time Disney Remade Beauty and the Beast, Lindsay Ellis (YouTube video) Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen War and Peace (2016 TV series) Anne of Green Gables Anne with an E Our Lady of Sorrows by Monsignor ...

71 MINJUN 1
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The Flaw of Perfection in Female Protagonists

From St Peter's to Notre Dame: The Sacred Art of Architecture

"Then whoever was born a poet became an architect... in the direction of architecture,—gushed forth through that art, and its Iliads assumed the form of cathedrals." - Victor Hugo This week's episode comes from Rome, where we discuss the heritage and perspective that architecture gives to the Catholic faith. We discuss the recent fire at Notre Dame and look into Victor Hugo's famous novel on the cathedral to find out why these buildings hold a special place in our faith and history. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock and Phoebe Watson Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works and Authors mentioned: Elizabeth Lev Built Form of Theology: The Natural Sympathies of Catholicism and Classicism Elizabeth Lev on Notre Dame The Hunchback of Notre Dame (This Will Kill That) To make Britain Richer, Make Britain Beautiful The Neuroscience of Architecture: The Good,...

61 MINMAY 17
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From St Peter's to Notre Dame: The Sacred Art of Architecture

Detective Fiction and the Mystery of Faith

"The romance of the police force is thus the whole romance of man. It is based on the fact that morality is the most dark and daring of conspiracies." - G.K. Chesterton In this episode we discuss Detective Fiction and the Detection Club, and whether or not this genre has a uniquely Catholic lens. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock and Chloe Chloe Follow us on social media: @seekingwatson and @ChloeAMDG Follow the podcast on Instagram: @riskingenchantmentpodcast Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works and Authors mentioned: A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle “The Blue Cross,” The Innocence of Father Brown by G.K. Chesterton Chesterton.org "The Great Detectives: G.K. Chesterton – Father Brown" by John Peterson The Club of Queer Trades by G.K. Chesterton "Detective Fiction Reinvention and Didacticism in G. K. Chesterton’s Father Brown" by Clifford James Stumme "Detective fiction and the religious imagination" by David A. King "A Defence of Detec...

67 MINMAY 3
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Detective Fiction and the Mystery of Faith

Violent Films and Catholic Audiences

"Even when they explore the darkest depths of the soul or the most unsettling aspects of evil, artists give voice in a way to the universal desire for redemption" In this episode we look at the approaches Catholics and Christians can have in encountering evil and violence in film. Music: Ashton Manor by Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Rachel Sherlock and Phoebe Watson Follow me on social media: @seekingwatson Find out more at www.rachelsherlock.com Works and Authors mentioned: Christians and Movies: The Danger Within, Not Without - Patheos "No Movies Please, We’re Catholic" - National Catholic Register Why Do People like Violent Movies - Psychcentral Faith and Film Criticism: The Challenge of the Catholic Critic - Decent Films Inter Mirifica What is Wrong with Movie Violence? - LA Review of Books Painfotainment - Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History Experiencing Flannery O’Connor’s “A Good Man is Hard to Find” - JStor A Good Man is Hard to Find - Flannery O’Connor Flannery O’Connor and the Vi...

74 MINAPR 19
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Violent Films and Catholic Audiences
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