When a person says they are Catholic, they can communicate a variety of different experiences. This episode explores some of the historical reasons behind this and seeks to clarify the relationship between Catholicism as a relationship with God versus a purely cultural identity.
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Where do we go? What will we find? Hopefully, Jesus…. Join a former atheist, a former Protestant, and a cradle Catholic on a search to find Christ at play in ten thousand places. From metaphysics to Johnny Cash, He-Man to hermeneutics, how do Christian Catholics view the world differently and why does it matter? Take a deep dive into Catholicism and culture with friends Lewis Pearson, the philosopher, Alex Giltner, the theologian, and Justin Aquila, the parish pastoral minister. “[F]or Christ plays in ten thousand places, Lovely in limbs, and lovely in eyes not his To the Father through the features of men’s faces.” – Gerard Manly Hopkins, SJ, “As Kingfishers Catch Fire”
Continuing the on-going series answering the question, “Why Did Vatican II Happen?” in this episode the guys discuss how the “modern” philosophers of the 1600s and 1700s created the “post-modern” thought forms and problems that would eventually lead to Vatican I, which was the precursor to Vatican II.
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