“That was more than sixty years ago. My friend grew up and learned all about entropy and supernovas and colliding galaxies and quantum mechanics and the general theory of relativity. But still, when she closes her eyes, she can see that carpet of stars and hear her father’s voice: “God made the world beautiful because he loves us.” Creation is more than an accident of dead matter. It’s a romance. It has purpose. It sings of the Living God. It bears his signature. And it’s our home.”


-Archbishop Charles Chaput, Strangers in a Strange Land

Hey all, Rob got ordained a deacon. here’s some stuff we reference in this episode:

The Strangest Way by Bishop Robert Barron

Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure

The Lost Tools of Learning by Dorothy Sayers

Archbishop Fulton Sheen’s St. Therese – A Treasured Love Story

Introduction to Introduction to Christianity by Joseph Ratzinger

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