Friday, December 19, 2014

Good Story 098: It's a Wonderful Life



Julie and Scott learn what the world would be like if this podcast never existed. They both decided to keep doing it, anyway. It's a Wonderful Life is the subject of Episode 98.


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Remember, George: no man is a failure who has friends. Julie and Scott are blessed with many. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Friday, December 5, 2014

Good Story 097: In This House of Brede


Let's face it. Reading In This House of Brede by Rumer Godden is the closest either Julie or Scott will come to being cloistered nuns. Episode 97!

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LINKS

- Forgotten Classics: China Court by Rumer Godden

- Jo Walton's review of In This House of Brede

The Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles:



Friday, November 21, 2014

Good Story 096: Hero (2002)



Julie and Scott make it to within ten paces of the Emperor. Will they take action? Which way will the candles blow? Episode 96 is a discussion of Hero, a 2002 movie directed by Yimou Zhang.


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Friday, November 7, 2014

Good Story 095: The Catholic Church Through the Ages


In Episode 95, Julie and Scott talk about history. Genuine, real-life Church history. Some things are discussed that no one expects! The Catholic Church Through the Ages by John Vidmar.

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LINKS
By sheer coincidence, Fr. Robert Barron just posted a very worthwhile video called "The Development of Doctrine". Here it is:



Friday, October 24, 2014

Good Story 094: Super 8



In an attempt to make the best zombie movie ever, Julie and Scott meet their friends at the train station late at night to film a Big Scene. It gets crazy after that. If it wasn't for Tam, their explosives expert, they'd have been in a real mess. Super 8, written and directed by J.J. Abrams.


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More stuff:

Theme from The Halloween Tree:


Friday, October 10, 2014

Good Story 093: 'Salem's Lot


Julie and Scott read a vampire novel by a little-known horror writer. They are both pretty sure he'll be popular one day. Keep writing Steve! Success is just around the corner! It's October, and the subject is 'Salem's Lot by Stephen King...




  • Stephen King

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    LINKS


    When it comes to fighting vampires and performing exorcisms, the Roman Catholic Church has the heavy artillery. Your other religions are good for everyday theological tasks, like steering their members into heaven, but when the undead lunge up out of their graves, you want a priest on the case. As a product of Catholic schools, I take a certain pride in this pre-eminence.


    Because we didn't get enough of Cleese in the previous episode:





    Friday, September 26, 2014

    Good Story 092: Monty Python's Life of Brian



    Julie joins the Judean People's Front (NOT the People's Front of Judea) (a group nobody likes), and Scott prophesies that nobody will really know where lieth those little things with the sort of raffia work base that has an attachment. Eventually, they get around to discussing Monty Python's Life of Brian. This is Episode 92.


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    More stuff:
    John Cleese and Michael Palin discuss the movie with Malcolm Muggeridge and Bishop of Southwark, Mervyn Stockwood. The date this was recorded is not clear, but it appears to be near the time the film was released (1979).