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The Catholic Tradition Podcast: 139

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The Catholic Tradition Podcast: 139

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Aug 12, 2022

In a latest video on the
Pints with Aquinas
channel, Gregory Pine, O.P. voiced
his concern that mass leisure, notably music and films,
is commonly an impediment to reaching the heavenly finish of contemplation
for which we’re made. What’s noteworthy is that not like the
typical Catholic commentary on popular culture, Fr. Pine doesn’t focus
a lot on the ethical content material of music and films as how their very
type impacts us bodily, psychologically and spiritually.

On this dialogue impressed by
Fr. Pine’s factors, host Thomas Mirus and filmmaker Nathan Douglas
specify some components of music and movie that are obstacles to the
contemplative life, but additionally recommend how, moderately than merely
eschewing music and films, we will have interaction with higher artwork in a
deeper method which serves the contemplative finish of man.

Timestamps:

0:00 Intro

6:31 Fr. Pine video
recap

11:08 Dangers of treating media as
“junk meals” moderately than demanding higher media

14:44 Cultivating openness to
extra inventive movies

17:31 Discursive reasoning is
not the very best mode of contemplation

20:26 Music is essentially the most merely
contemplative artwork type

22:58 The relation of movie to
actuality

25:13 Promoting and glossiness
in trendy cinema

29:38 Downside with placing
Catholic content material into Hollywood kinds

31:28 A movie’s enhancing rhythm
can hinder contemplation

38:24 Studying intuitively to
inform hackwork from good craft

42:15 Rhythmic pleasure
doesn’t equal mediocrity

46:23 Conclusion of movie
dialogue

48:02 Making use of Augustine’s
idea of evil as privation to artwork

49:34 The need of each
decrease and better types of music

55:46 In what sense ought to
Catholics “have interaction with popular culture”?

59:33 Pop music dominated by
computer systems, centered on lyrics, lack of melody

1:07:53 The non-public factor in
artwork

1:12:08 Music, the senses, and
contemplation past phrases

1:18:22 Music’s stimulation of
the physique

1:22:45 Utilizing music to indulge
feelings

1:27:09 Can music be
“immoral”?

1:32:06 Mistaking sluggish for good
in movie

1:34:11 Educating the devoted
for inventive depth

1:43:50 Can sense photographs serve
the religious life?

1:49:18 What music communicates
about actuality

1:56:20 There’s no method for
magnificence

2:01:08 Easy receptivity to
God’s magnificence

2:03:54 Beneficial sources

Sources:

Fr. Gregory Pine, “I finished
listening to music.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVh4rHubNOc

Elizabeth-Paule Labat,
The Music That I Am: On the
Thriller of Music

https://litpress.org/Merchandise/MW040P/The-Music-That-I-Am

Etienne Gilson,
The Arts of the
Stunning

https://www.amazon.com/Arts-Stunning-Scholarly-Etienne-Gilson/dp/1564782506

Standards: The Catholic Movie
Podcast

https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/class/standards

CCP #126: How Charlie Parker’s
Music Modified My Life

https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/126-how-charlie-parker-changed-my-life

CCP #28: An Introduction to
Maritain’s Poetic Philosophy w/ Samuel Hazo

https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/episode-28-introduction-to-maritains-poetic-philosophy-samuel-hazo

Nathan Douglas,
The Vocation of
Cinema
https://vocationofcinema.substack.com

Fr. Pine’s lecture on literature referenced by
Nathan https://soundcloud.com/thomisticinstitute/literature-as-philosophy-fr-gregory-pine-op

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