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E. F. Schumacher: Small is Beautiful and so is Catholicismby Joseph Pearce
My article on the great convert economist, E. F. Schumacher, has just been published on the ChurchPop website:
Show Biz and the Divine Dramaby Kevin O'Brien
Mark Shea has written a third installment in his series on the connection between Drama and Religion, which you can find at Catholic World Report. Since I've written about this topic myself (mostly from the point of view of actors, or the analogy between Acting and the Faith), I thought I'd add a few things to the very insightful points that Mark makes.
Twelve Angry Men and Shakespeare’s Catholicismby Joseph Pearce
I've just received an e-mail from a correspondent in Australia about the play, Twelve Angry Men. The sort of evidence that is encapsulated in the paragraph he quotes is not only applicable to the case for Shakespeare's Catholicism but is the same principle for the evidence for Catholic Christianity that Newman employs in The Grammar of Assent. It's the healthy marriage of reason with common sense!
Here's the text of the e-mail: