Audio Bundle: C. S. Lewis: Encountering God through Fiction + Gerard Manley Hopkins: Magician of Words, Sounds, Images, and Insights - 11 CDs Total

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Audio Bundle: C. S. Lewis: Encountering God through Fiction + Gerard Manley Hopkins: Magician of Words, Sounds, Images, and Insights - 11 CDs Total

  • Associate Professor of Liturgical Studies, Notre Dame University
  • Professor of English, St. Joseph's University
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C. S. Lewis: Encountering God through Fiction
by Professor David W. Fagerberg, Ph.D.

Gerard Manley Hopkins: Magician of Words, Sounds, Images, and Insights
by Fr. Joseph J. Feeney, S.J., Ph.D.

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C. S. Lewis: Encountering God through Fiction
Part I: Fiction Illustrating Doctrine
  • Meeting C. S. Lewis: Surprised by Joy
  • Made in the Image of God: Creation in The Pilgrim’s Regress
  • The Fall: Satan in The Screwtape Letters and Out of the Silent Planet
  • The Fall: Our Passions in Perelandra and The Screwtape Letters
  • Asceticism: Ordering Love and The Great Divorce
  • Deification: the Apocalypse in The Great Divorce

  • Part II: The Chronicles of Narnia – Doctrines Found Within Fiction
  • Welcome to Narnia: C. S. Lewis on Storytelling
  • The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe: On Atonement
  • Prince Caspian: “A Land for a Man to Be King Of”
  • The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: The Monk and the Christian
  • The Silver Chair: The Theory of Transposition
  • The Horse and His Boy: The Mysterium Tremendum
  • The Magician’s Nephew: Cosmology’s Beginning
  • The Last Battle: “Further Up and Further In”
  • What Was Lewis Trying to Do?: Mere Christianity
  • Gerard Manley Hopkins: Magician of Words, Sounds, Images, and Insights
    • Who Was, Who Is, Gerard Manley Hopkins?
    • From Schoolboy-Poet to Undergraduate-Poet
    • Moved by a Shipwreck and Finding His Genius
    • Sparks and Stars
    • Birds, Insects, and a Stallion
    • Welsh Falcon and Welsh Dapple
    • Hopkins and Young People
    • Hopkins the Environmentalist
    • Heroines and Heroes
    • Depression and Anguish
    • Depression and Recovery
    • Affirmation: “Immortal Diamond”
    • Last Poems: Longing for Inspiration
    • “The Wreck,” “Part the First”
    • “The Wreck,” “Part the Second”
    About Your Presenter

    David W. Fagerberg is Professor of Liturgical Studies in the Department of Theology at the University of Notre Dame, and senior advisor to the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy after serving six years as director. He holds a Ph.D. from Yale University and an S.T.M. from Yale Divinity School.

     

    His work explores how the Church’s lex credendi (law of belief) is founded upon the Church’s lex orandi (law of prayer). This brings him into the fields of liturgy, sacraments, Eastern Orthodoxy, linguistic philosophy, and liturgical theology. He has published articles in academic journals, theological handbooks, and popular magazines. He is the author of What Is Liturgical Theology? (1992), The Size of Chesterton’s Catholicism (1998), and Theologia Prima (2003). Forthcoming are On Liturgical Asceticism, The Center Holds (a collection of his essays on liturgical theology), and Chesterton Is Everywhere (a collection of his essays from Gilbert Magazine).

     

    He has been teaching an extraordinarily popular course on C. S. Lewis to undergraduate students at Notre Dame for the last six years.

    Joseph J. Feeney, S.J., Ph.D., is a leading expert on Gerard Manley Hopkins and Professor of English at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, where has taught for over 40 years. After receiving an M.A. from Fordham University and a Licentiate of Sacred Theology from Woodstock College, he earned a Ph.D. in English from the University of Pennsylvania. He has held Chairs at Georgetown University, Santa Clara University, and Seattle University.

    Fr. Feeney wrote the book The Playfulness of Gerard Manley Hopkins (Ashgate, 2008), coedited Hopkins Variations: Standing round a Waterfall (Saint Joseph’s and Fordham University Presses, 2002), and has served since 1994 as coeditor of The Hopkins Quarterly. He has published over 100 articles and given over 75 lectures on Hopkins throughout the world. In 1998, he discovered in London an unknown poem by Hopkins, “Consule Jones” (1875). Fr. Feeney has also written articles on literature in such journals as The Times Literary Supplement, The New York Review of Books, American Studies, Thought, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Canada, and many more.

    Fr. Feeney has received numerous awards, including two grants from the National Endowment...

    Learn More About This Professor

    David W. Fagerberg is Professor of Liturgical Studies in the Department of Theology at the University of Notre Dame, and senior advisor to the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy after serving six years as director. He holds a Ph.D. from Yale University and an S.T.M. from Yale Divinity School.

     

    His work explores how the Church’s lex credendi (law of belief) is founded upon the Church’s lex orandi (law of prayer). This brings him into the fields of liturgy, sacraments, Eastern Orthodoxy, linguistic philosophy, and liturgical theology. He has published articles in academic journals, theological handbooks, and popular magazines. He is the author of What Is Liturgical Theology? (1992), The Size of Chesterton’s Catholicism (1998), and Theologia Prima (2003). Forthcoming are On Liturgical Asceticism, The Center Holds (a collection of his essays on liturgical theology), and Chesterton Is Everywhere (a collection of his essays from Gilbert Magazine).

     

    He has been teaching an extraordinarily popular course on C. S. Lewis to undergraduate students at Notre Dame for the last six years.

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