The Spirituality of 'Lost'

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February 9 Podcast

Two America staff members, and rabid fans of the ABC TV show ?Lost,? look back over the hit show?s four seasons and analyze the various themes that have emerged. Listen to this episode
Two America staff members, and rabid fans of the ABC TV show “Lost,” look back over the hit show’s four seasons and analyze the various themes that have emerged. On the eve of the premiere of Season 5, Literary Assistant Regina Nigro and Associate Editor Jim McDermott, S.J., consider Jack Shepard’s command to “live together or die alone” and what the show has to say about second chances.

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