A Catholic Look at 'Downton'

On next week's podcast, Fr. Jim Martin and I discuss the hidden themes of suffering, grace, forgiveness and love in the popular series "Downton Abbey." And why the word "Abbey" is important. Here's a sneak preview:


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Randolph Nichols
5 years 12 months ago
Thanks for sharing your very interesting conversation.   I was surprised however by a failure to mention one of the more important dangling threads, the character claiming to be the Titanic survivor Patrick and his relationship with Edith.   Is he an impostor?   (My wife is convinced he is; I'm not so sure.)   Surely he will reemerge in season three.

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