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Podcast Profile: Sacred and Profane Love

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Site: thevirtueblog.com
80 episodes
2019 to present
Average episode: 68 minutes
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List Updated: 2024-Apr-14 06:08 UTC. Episodes: 80. Feedback: @TrueSciPhi.

Episodes
2024-Apr-12 • 44 minutes
Episode 67: Poetry, Art, and Truth with Carl Phillips
In this episode, I am joined by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Carl Phillips to discuss poetry, classic texts, art, and truth. I hope you enjoy our conversation!
2024-Mar-22 • 47 minutes
Episode 66: Ovid's "The Art of Love" with Julia Hejduk
In this episode, I speak with the classicist Juli…
2024-Mar-01 • 48 minutes
Episode 65: Boris Dralyuk on Nabokov’s Pnin
In this episode, I speak with my colleague at TU,…
2024-Feb-16 • 59 minutes
Episode 64: Patrick Deneen on DeLillo's White Noise
In this episode, I speak with the political theor…
2024-Feb-16 • 3 minutes
The Podcast Returns!
Six years ago I launched a literature, philosophy…
2024-Feb-15 • 74 minutes
Episode 29: Thomas Mann's Death in Venice with Agnes Mueller
In this episode, I speak with my colleague, Agnes…
2023-Sep-01 • 66 minutes
Re-run: Episode 43 - The Closing of the American Mind with Brad Carson
This week, we revisit Episode 43 with Brad Carson on Allan Bloom’s The Closing of the American Mind! In this episode, I speak with the president of the University of Tulsa, Brad Carson, about Allan Bloom’s infamous book, The Closing of the American Mind. Brad and I ultimately decide that while we like some of Bloom’s key ideas about what a university is for, we do not love the book itself, which has some serious flaws (though we may differ slightly about what we think those flaws are). As always, I hope...
2023-Aug-25 • 80 minutes
Re-run: Episode 50 - "Are the Humanities in Crisis" with Zena Hitz and Chad Wellmon
Throwback to the big five-oh: Episode 50 with Zena Hitz and Chad Wellmon! On April 26, 2022, ⁠The Institute for Human Ecology⁠ at the Catholic University of America hosted a launch event to reveal the new design and website of Sacred and Profane Love. I am pleased to share the audio of that event as episode 50, but you can also watch a video of it ⁠here⁠. This event, with ⁠Zena Hitz⁠ and Chad Wellmon, was titled “Are the Humanities in Crisis” and the two starting points for the conversation were two books...
2023-Aug-18 • 75 minutes
Re-run: Episode 45 - Roosevelt Montás on Great Books and Intellectual Transformation
This very exciting episode on liberal education with Professor Roosevelt Montás makes a come back this week! In this episode, I am joined by Professor Roosevelt Montás to discuss his new book, ⁠Rescuing Socrates: How the Great Books Changed my Life and Why They Matter for a New Generation.⁠ Montás, a Dominican-born American academic, makes the compelling case that study of the Great Books is potentially transformative, especially for students from working-class communities or who are members of historicall...
2023-Aug-11 • 67 minutes
Re-run: Episode 41 - James Baldwin is bringing the fire with Dr. Cornel West
Throwback to our first episode recorded with a live audience: Dr. Cornel West on James Baldwin! I am pleased to share a very special episode of Sacred and Profane Love, our first episode recorded in front of a live audience, with the amazing Dr. Cornel West! The context for this episode is that the Classic Learning Test (which has sponsored several episodes this season, and on whose board of academic advisors I happily serve) held its third annual higher education summit in beautiful Annapolis, Maryland, a...
2023-Aug-04 • 52 minutes
Re-run: Episode 1 - The Short Stories of Flannery O’Connor with Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.
Let's go back to the beginning, where it all began: Episode 1 on Flannery O'Connor with Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. ! In Episode 1, I speak with Father Thomas Joseph White, O.P. about Aquinas on grace and charity, and how Thomistic concepts of grace and charity operate in the short stories of Flannery O’Connor. The episode covers themes of grace, redemption, the comic unveiling of the human person to itself, and the violence of Divine Love as a necessary antidote to human folly and brokenness. Fr. Tho...
2023-Jul-28 • 70 minutes
Re-run: Episode 55 - Christopher Snyder on Tolkien and Virtue Ethics
Please join us for the most popular of our re-runs thus far. It's the return of Episode 55 with Professor Christopher Snyder on Tolkien and Virtue Ethics! In this episode, I am joined by ⁠⁠Christopher Snyder⁠⁠, professor of history and director of British Studies at Mississippi State University, to discuss J.R.R. Tolkien's fiction and virtue ethics. We discuss Tolkien's background , training, ⁠⁠academic work⁠⁠ and influences, how to think about his fiction and its enduring value, and what role virtue pla...
2023-Jul-21 • 72 minutes
Re-run: Episode 56 - Dana Gioia on Charles Baudelaire's The Flowers of Evil
We invite you to explore one of our previously aired episodes: a conversation with Dana Gioia. In this episode, I am joined by the poet and critic Dana Gioia to discuss Charles Baudelaire's famous book of poems, Les Fleurs du Mal, or The Flowers of Evil. We tackle some big questions in this episode, such as whether and how evil can be beautiful, the nature of Catholic art and poetry, original sin, and the poet as a damned figure. I hope you enjoy our conversation. Dana Gioia is an internationally accla...
2023-Jul-14 • 76 minutes
Re-run: Episode 48 - Crime And Punishment With Thomas Hibbs
We come back to Episode 48, where I speak with Thomas Hibbs about Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment, in our second re-run for the summer! In this episode, I speak with philosopher Thomas Hibbs (Baylor) about Dostoevsky's famous novel, Crime and Punishment. We discuss how Raskolnikov gets trapped in various philosophical theories he has embraced, and what might help him go from theory to authentic human life again. Along the way, we discuss the limitations of philosophy, the importance of literature as an a...
2023-Jul-08 • 96 minutes
Re-run: Episode 51 - A Canticle For Leibowitz With Christopher Frey
In our first re-run for the summer, we revisit our most popular episode from Season 4, Episode 51! In this episode, I speak to my husband (and fellow philosopher) Chris Frey about Walter M. Miller’s sci-fi novel, A Canticle for Leibowitz. We both agree that this is a novel about sin, and more specifically, how sin is connected to the myriad ways that our desire for knowledge becomes perverted and disordered. Along the way, we also talk about memory, Promethean fear, impiety, hope, the Immaculate Conceptio...
2023-Jul-07 • 1 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Summer Update
In this episode, I explain our recent hiatus. As I'm transitioning to my new role as inaugural dean of the Honors College at University of Tulsa, we'll be re-running our most popular episodes throughout the summer. Jennifer Frey is the incoming inaugural dean of the Honors College at the University of Tulsa. Through Spring of 2023, she served as Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of South Carolina and as a fellow of the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America. She...
2023-Jun-14 • 74 minutes
Episode 63: St. Augustine's Confessions with Russell Hittinger, Part III
In this episode, Russell Hittinger and I finish our conversation on St. Augustine’s Confessions and discuss the last three books. This is part three in a three part series on this book. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation! Dr. Russell Hittinger is a leading scholar of Catholic political and social thought. From 1996-2019, Dr. Hittinger was the incumbent of the William K. Warren Chair of Catholic Studies at the University of Tulsa, where he was also a Research Professor in the School of Law. He ha...
2023-Apr-19 • 88 minutes
Episode 62: St. Augustine's Confessions with Russell Hittinger, Part II
In this episode, I continue my conversation with Russell Hittinger about one of the great masterworks of the Western literary tradition: St. Augustine's Confessions. In our discussion on books VI-IX, we track St. Augustine's conversion to Christianity and his mother's death. This is part two in a three part series on this book. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation! Dr. Russell Hittinger is a leading scholar of Catholic political and social thought. From 1996-2019, Dr. Hittinger was the incumbent o...
2023-Mar-17 • 100 minutes
Episode 61: St. Augustine's Confessions with Russell Hittinger, Part I
In this episode, I speak with professor Russell Hittinger about one of the great masterworks of the Western literary tradition: St. Augustine's Confessions. We discuss the structure of the book as a whole, its intended audience, the reasons Augustine wrote it, and its first five books, detailing Augustine's birth, boyhood, and young adulthood. This is part one in a three part series on this book. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation! Dr. Russell Hittinger is a leading scholar of Catholic political...
2023-Feb-24 • 55 minutes
Episode 60: Randy Boyagoda on Original Prin and Dante's Indiana
In this episode, I speak with professor, novelist, and critic, Randy Boyagoda, about why people of faith should read contemporary novels, the role of literature generally in the spiritual, moral, and intellectual life, and the themes of his two latest novels, Original Prin and Dante's Indiana. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation. Randy Boyagoda is the author of four novels, a SSHRC-supported critical biography, and a scholarly monograph. His fiction has been nominated for the Scotiabank Giller Pr...
2023-Jan-16 • 98 minutes
Episode 59: TS Eliot with Anthony Domestico
In this episode, I speak to Anthony Domestico about the poetry of TS Eliot. We discuss Eliot the man, the critic, and the poet. We contrast the Wasteland and The Four Quartets, and discuss the reasons we prefer the latter to the former. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation! Anthony Domestico is Chair of the Literature Department at Purchase College, State University of New York and the books columnist for Commonweal. His reviews and essays have appeared in The Atlantic, The Baffler, Book Post, t...
2022-Dec-30 • 92 minutes
Episode 58: Justin E.H. Smith on Edgar Allan Poe
In this episode, I speak with fellow philosopher (and substack writer) Justin E. H. Smith about the short stories of Edgar Allan Poe. This is our final episode of 2022! As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation. Justin E. H. Smith is professor of philosophy in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Paris. In 2019-20, he was the John and Constance Birkelund Fellow at the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers of the New York Public Library. He has written many books, ...
2022-Dec-16 • 85 minutes
Episode 57: JM Coetzee on Philosophy, Fiction, and the Academy
In this episode, I am joined by Sam Filby, a graduate student in philosophy at Northwestern University. We discuss JM Coetzee's novel, Elizabeth Costello, which is a fictionalized account of a writer who gives a series of lectures on the ethics of eating animals. We simply try to figure out what is going on in this puzzling novel of bad ideas. Sam Filby is a PhD candidate in philosophy at Northwestern University. His dissertation concerns the relationship between history and ethical concepts, with particul...
2022-Dec-02 • 72 minutes
Episode 56: Dana Gioia on Charles Baudelaire's The Flowers of Evil
In this episode, I am joined by the poet and critic Dana Gioia to discuss Charles Baudelaire's famous book of poems, Les Fleurs du Mal, or The Flowers of Evil. We tackle some big questions in this episode, such as whether and how evil can be beautiful, the nature of Catholic art and poetry, original sin, and the poet as a damned figure. I hope you enjoy our conversation. Dana Gioia is an internationally acclaimed poet and writer. He received a B.A. and M.B.A. from Stanford and an M.A. from Harvard in Comp...
2022-Nov-01 • 70 minutes
Episode 55: Christopher Snyder on Tolkien and Virtue Ethics
In this episode, I am joined by Christopher Snyder, professor of history and director of British Studies at Mississippi State University, to discuss J.R.R. Tolkien's fiction and virtue ethics. We discuss Tolkien's background , training, academic work and influences, how to think about his fiction and its enduring value, and what role virtue plays in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Drawing on arguments from his latest book, Hobbit Virtues, Chris and I discuss the role of imagination in the moral life...
2022-Oct-14 • 76 minutes
Episode 54: Karen Swallow Prior on The Scarlet Letter
In this episode, I team up again with Karen Swallow Prior, this time to discuss what many people call "the great American novel" Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter. We talk about sin, guilt, and repression, and how Hawthorne's story is more complicated and interesting than most people make it out to be. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation. Karen Swallow Prior is Research Professor of English Literature and Christianity and Culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. She is the au...
2022-Sep-30 • 60 minutes
Episode 53: Paul Mariani on Robert Lowell
In this episode, I speak with the poet, critic, and biographer Paul Mariani, professor emeritus at Boston College. We discuss his new book, All that Will be New and his biography of Robert Lowell, The Lost Puritan. We discuss Lowell's life, poetry, and his struggle with the permanent things: religion, marriage, art, family. Given the influence of Hopkins on his early poems, I think this episode pairs well with episode 38 with Nick Ripatrazone. As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation. Paul Mariani is...
2022-Sep-16 • 52 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 52: The Hillbilly Thomists
In this episode, I speak with my friends, Fr. Thomas Joseph White, OP and Fr. Jonah Teller, OP about the relationship between art, truth, and beauty, sacred and profane music, how music might be integral to religious life, and whether the banjo is beautiful. Long time listeners will remember Thomas Joseph from our very first episode on Flannery O'Connor, where we discuss what she meant by calling herself a "Hillbilly Thomist;" and since I consider myself something of a Hillbilly Thomist myself, I thought i...
2022-Jul-11 • 96 minutes
Episode 51: A Canticle for Leibowitz with Christopher Frey
In this episode, I speak to my husband (and fellow philosopher) Chris Frey about Walter M. Miller’s sci-fi novel, A Canticle for Leibowitz. We both agree that this is a novel about sin, and more specifically, how sin is connected to the myriad ways that our desire for knowledge becomes perverted and disordered. Along the way, we also talk about memory, Promethean fear, impiety, hope, the Immaculate Conception, and of course, monks. I think this episode pairs very well with episode 14, on Walker Percy, wh...
2022-Jul-01 • 80 minutes
Episode 50: "Are the Humanities in Crisis" with Zena Hitz and Chad Wellmon​
On April 26, 2022, The Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America hosted a launch event to reveal the new design and website of Sacred and Profane Love. I am pleased to share the audio of that event as episode 50, but you can also watch a video of it here. This event, with Zena Hitz and Chad Wellmon, was titled “Are the Humanities in Crisis” and the two starting points for the conversation were two books that we have already discussed separately on the podcast: Zena’s Lost in Thought...
2022-May-20 • 102 minutes
Episode 49: Christopher Beha on Lucky Per
In this episode, I speak with the writer, editor, and critic, Christopher Beha, about the Danish bildungsroman by Henrik Pontoppidan, Lucky Per. We focus on Per’s struggle to escape from those aspects of his life that are not chosen—family, religion, place—his quest to understand himself, to love other people, and to live a life that is truly happy and free. Along the way, we discuss reviews of the novel by James Wood and Morten Hoi Jensen, and we give our own diagnosis of why Per fails to be either happy ...
2022-Apr-27 • 76 minutes
Episode 48: Crime and Punishment with Thomas Hibbs
In this episode, I speak with philosopher Thomas Hibbs (Baylor) about Dostoyevsky's famous novel, Crime and Punishment. We discuss how Raskolnikov gets trapped in various philosophical theories he has embraced, and what might help him go from theory to authentic human life again. Along the way, we discuss the limitations of philosophy, the importance of literature as an antidote to modern moral theorizing, and the genre of confessions. And, of course, we talk about suffering, and why Raskolnikov needs to em...
2022-Mar-18 • 81 minutes
Episode 47: Justin E.H. Smith on Suttree
In this episode, I speak with the philosopher, podcaster, and substacker extraordinaire, Justin E.H. Smith about Cormac McCarthy’s fourth novel, Suttree. We were both struck by how different this novel is from McCarthy’s later, more famous works—both in its style and in its literary ambitions. We resist the common temptation to read McCarthy as a nihilist; we puzzle over the beginning and the end of the novel, and how they relate to one another; and quite generally we just had a great time trying to figure...
2022-Feb-04 • 64 minutes
Episode 46: Katy Carl
In this episode, I speak with Katy Carl, who is the editor in chief of Dappled Things and also the author of As Earth Without Water, to discuss Henry James's novella, Washington Square and R.R. Reno's essay, Duty, the Soul of Beauty. After a great deal of back and forth, we come to the conclusion that what the novella shows is that mere duty, in absence of well ordered loves and the habits of attention that come with it, can be a destructive force in family and social life. Katy Carl is the editor-in-chief ...
2022-Jan-14 • 75 minutes
Episode 45: Roosevelt Montas on Great Books and Intellectual Transformation
In this episode, I am joined by Professor Roosevelt Montas to discuss his new book Rescuing Socrates: How the Great Books Changed My Life and Why They Matter for a New Generation. Montas, a Dominican born American academic, makes the compelling case that study of the Great Books is potentially transformative, especially for students from working class communities or who are members of historically marginalized communities. Montas further argues that the future of the Humanities in this country does not lay...
2021-Dec-31 • 85 minutes
Episode 44: The Tragic Abyss with Dr. Kevin Kambo
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Kevin Kambo about Sophocles' Oedipus Rex, in light of an essay by Louise Cowan titled "The Tragic Abyss." Cowan argues that tragedy is "a liturgical confrontation of a deep seated dread which, when brought to light, can be borne only through the medium of poetic language." We discuss the nature of the tragic, which always involves a moment of "unmasking" and a peering into the dark abyss; we discuss what tragic wisdom is and how you could possibly gain it; and we try to gra...
2021-Dec-07 • 66 minutes
Episode 43: The Closing of the American Mind with Brad Carson
In this episode, I speak with the president of the University of Tulsa, Brad Carson, about Allen Bloom's infamous book, The Closing of the American Mind. Brad and I ultimately decide that while we like some of Bloom's key ideas about what a university is for, we do not love the book itself, which has some serious flaws (though we may differ slightly about what we think those flaws are). As always, I hope you enjoy our conversation. Read more about Brad Carson and myself on The Virtue Blog by clicking th...
2021-Nov-05 • 67 minutes
Episode 42: Graham Greene's The Heart of the Matter
In this episode, I speak with professor of theology Fritz Bauerschmidt about Graham Greene's novel, The Heart of the Matter. We discuss the moral psychology of sin, and how it is that human beings are able to knowingly act against their own good (in this case: knowingly and deliberatively choose their own eternal damnation). How can someone find what is evil good? The answer in this case is a deft exploration of the interplay between pride and pity, self-deception and self-conceit. Read more about Fredrick...
2021-Oct-21 • 67 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 41: James Baldwin is Bringing the Fire with Dr. Cornel West
I am pleased to share a very special episode of Sacred and Profane, our first episode recorded in front of a live audience, and with the amazing Dr. Cornel West! The context for this episode is that the Classic Learning Test (which has sponsored several episodes this season, and on whose board of academic advisors I happily serve) held its third annual higher education summit in beautiful Annapolis, Maryland, and invited me to record an episode for the educators who had gathered for three wonderful days to ...
2021-Oct-05 • 89 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 40: The Tragic Vision of Eugene O'Neill
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 40: The Tragic Vision of Eugene O'Neill by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-Sep-20 • 60 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 39: Gabriel Marcel's Thirst
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 39: Gabriel Marcel's Thirst by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-Aug-29 • 56 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 38: The Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 38: The Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-Aug-16 • 41 minutes
Bonus Episode: Matthew Mehan on Children's Literature
Bonus Episode: Matthew Mehan on Children's Literature by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-Aug-02 • 58 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 37: Boethius and John Kennedy Toole's A Confederacy of Dunces
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 37: Boethius and John Kennedy Toole's A Confederacy of Dunces by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-Jun-25 • 69 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 36: The Realist Poetry of Czeslaw Milosz
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 36: The Realist Poetry of Czeslaw Milosz by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-Jun-01 • 83 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 35: Morten Hoi Jensen on Jens Peter Jacobsen
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 35: Morten Hoi Jensen on Jens Peter Jacobsen by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-May-17 • 103 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 34: Dante's Paradiso
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 34: Dante's Paradiso by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-Apr-12 • 84 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 33: Dante's Purgatorio
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 33: Dante's Purgatorio by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-Mar-16 • 84 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 32: The Therapeutic Fiction of David Foster Wallace
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 32: The Therapeutic Fiction of David Foster Wallace by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-Mar-01 • 93 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 31: The Hellish Desires of Dante's Inferno
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 31: The Hellish Desires of Dante's Inferno by Sacred and Profane Love
2021-Feb-09 • 86 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 30: The Seducer, Self-Creation and The Aesthete
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 30: The Seducer, Self-Creation and The Aesthete by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-Dec-31 • 74 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 29: Thomas Mann's Death in Venice with Agnes Mueller
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 29: Thomas Mann's Death in Venice with Agnes Mueller by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-Dec-08 • 77 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 28: Agnes Callard on Antigone
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 28: Agnes Callard on Antigone by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-Nov-20 • 63 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 27: Karen Swallow Prior on Reading Joseph Conrad Well
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 27: Karen Swallow Prior on Reading Joseph Conrad Well by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-Nov-05 • 62 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 26: St. Augustine and the Index of Self-Destructive Acts
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 26: St. Augustine and the Index of Self-Destructive Acts by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-Oct-15 • 72 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 25: On Solitude with Rilke and Merton
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 25: On Solitude with Rilke and Merton by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-Jun-08 • 83 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 24: On Reading The Plague in a Plague
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 24: On Reading The Plague in a Plague by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-May-07 • 98 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 23: Lost in Thought with Zena Hitz
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 23: Lost in Thought with Zena Hitz by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-Apr-20 • 102 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 22: Huxley on Love and Longing in the Dystopia
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 22: Huxley on Love and Longing in the Dystopia by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-Apr-04 • 79 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 21: Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 21: Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-Feb-27 • 70 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 20: Scruton's Wagner: Sex, Death, and the Sacred
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 20: Scruton's Wagner: Sex, Death, and the Sacred by Sacred and Profane Love
2020-Jan-17 • 73 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 19: Love and Lust in Lolita
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 19: Love and Lust in Lolita by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Nov-20 • 55 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 18: Carrying the Flame
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 18: Carrying the Flame by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Oct-10 • 54 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 17: The Death of a Whisky Priest
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 17: The Death of a Whisky Priest by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Sep-20 • 56 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 16: King Lear's Vision
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 16: King Lear's Vision by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-May-24 • 60 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 15: Goethe's Faust
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 15: Goethe's Faust by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-May-17 • 55 minutes
Sacred and Profane Episode 14: Walker Percy on Being Lost in the Cosmos
Sacred and Profane Episode 14: Walker Percy on Being Lost in the Cosmos by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-22 • 42 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 5: Brewer on the Symposium
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 5: Brewer on the Symposium by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-22 • 55 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 4: Madame Bovary
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 4: Madame Bovary by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-22 • 44 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 3: Walt Whitman on Civic Hope
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 3: Walt Whitman on Civic Hope by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-22 • 48 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 2: Doestoevsky and Transfiguring Love
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 2: Doestoevsky and Transfiguring Love by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-22 • 52 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 1: Flannery O'Connor on Redemptive Love
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 1: Flannery O'Connor on Redemptive Love by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-22 • 51 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 13: Jane Austen on the Virtues of Social Life
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 13: Jane Austen on the Virtues of Social Life by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-22 • 50 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 12: Meaning, Murder, and Divine Madness
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 12: Meaning, Murder, and Divine Madness by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-22 • 53 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 11: The Contemplative Realism of Marilynne Robinson
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 11: The Contemplative Realism of Marilynne Robinson by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-22 • 53 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 10: A Twitch Upon The Thread
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 10: A Twitch Upon The Thread by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-21 • 57 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love, Episode 9: Podcast Revelations Of Love In John
Sacred and Profane Love, Episode 9: Podcast Revelations Of Love In John by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-21 • 46 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 8: “Sophocles and Tragic Love"
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 8: “Sophocles and Tragic Love" by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-21 • 57 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 7: “Boasts of Love in Troilus and Criseyde”
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 7: “Boasts of Love in Troilus and Criseyde” by Sacred and Profane Love
2019-Apr-21 • 54 minutes
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 6: Elena Ferrante on Friendship and the Intellectual Life
Sacred and Profane Love Episode 6: Elena Ferrante on Friendship and the Intellectual Life by Sacred and Profane Love