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Ep. 82—A Recurring Counterculture—Brandon McGinley

Ep. 82—A Recurring Counterculture—Brandon McGinley


Jul 28, 2020

The Catholic Church in America has largely misplaced its distinctive
taste and with it, its capability both to retain the trustworthy or to
evangelize the infidel. The issue precedes Vatican II: within the
Tridentine Nineteen Fifties, many Catholics, longing for mainstream
respectability, had already adopted a bourgeois spirituality.

In his first guide, The Prodigal Church: Restoring Catholic
Custom in an Age of Deception, Brandon McGinley requires
Catholics to return to the essence of the religion, reasonably than to a
earlier period of Catholic “success”, and so discover artistic methods to
restore a sturdy and evangelical Catholic tradition within the unknown
years to return. 


[2:03] Fr. Ratzinger’s well-known quote a few smaller and extra
non secular Church

[8:30] Catholicism an embodied religion

[12:32] Incompatibility between American and Catholic

[19:10] American Catholicism within the Nineteen Fifties—incipient

[27:15] The significance of small habits in dwelling out the truth
of religion and Christ’s ardour

[33:04] Religious corrosion brought on by excessive anger in the direction of
the hierarchy

[39:44] Remembering the Church Triumphant

[43:05] “Third locations” and the significance of the parish as a
group house

[51:05] The necessity for group amongst nuclear households

[55:05] Catholic hospitality and vulnerability

[1:00:04] Why we shouldn’t separate “ethical” from “social”


The Prodigal Church

Brandon McGinley https://brandonmcginley.com/

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