Jason M. Baxter is an associate professor of fine arts and humanities at Wyoming Catholic College and the author of multiple books, including Beginner’s Guide to Dante’s Comedy (Baker Academic) and The Infinite Beauty of the World: Dante’s Encyclopedia and the Names of God (Peter Lang). His website is JasonMBaxter.com.
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What is it about Dante that has made him not just immortal, but urgent and modern?
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St. Francis’ poverty was not cold and brutal but actually, in a way, worldly. It was a poverty that anyone today searching for what is real and authentic might relate to.
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What did Notre-Dame mean? What did it feel like to step into it in the Middle Ages?