The Threshold of Awesome, with Tony and Fr. Colin

Episode 111 · October 13th, 2017 · 1 hr 27 mins

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Show Notes
We interview the team over at "The Threshold Podcast" about their threshold conversations, the validity of the Benedict Option and the Church, and Catholic education, especially in high school.

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  • The Threshold Podcast - Home — IT'S THE FACEBOOK PAGE!
  • What the Hell Was That 'S' Thing Everyone Drew in School? - VICE — What the Hell Was That 'S' Thing Everyone Drew in School? By Julian Morgans Children have been drawing the pointy "S" since the dawn of time. I used journalism to find out where it came from, sort of.
  • A Movement in the Church - What is CL — The Movement of Communion and Liberation Communion and Liberation is a movement in the Church which has the purpose of forming its members in Christianity in order to make them coworkers in the Church’s mission in all areas of society.
  • Benedict Option FAQ | The American Conservative — The “Benedict Option” refers to Christians in the contemporary West who cease to identify the continuation of civility and moral community with the maintenance of American empire, and who therefore are keen to construct local forms of community as loci of Christian resistance against what the empire represents. Put less grandly, the Benedict Option — or “Ben Op” — is an umbrella term for Christians who accept MacIntyre’s critique of modernity, and who also recognize that forming Christians who live out Christianity according to Great Tradition requires embedding within communities and institutions dedicated to that formation.