The Human Poetry of Faith

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March 23 Podcast

Michael Paul Gallagher, S.J., author of The Human Poetry of Faith, talks about how to nourish the religious imagination.
Michael Paul Gallagher, S.J., author of The Human Poetry of Faith, talks about how to nourish the religious imagination. Gallagher, an Irish priest on the faculty of the Gregorian University in Rome, also suggests ways of ministering to young people and analyzes the religious impulse at work in the films of two of his former students: Jim Sheridan and Neil Jordan.

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