Companions in Shipwreck
Documentaries • 22m
In the era of cancel culture and shunning of our neighbors, we should look back at how friendship should be integrated into our lives. It may be as simple as getting to know someone, or going further and visiting them regularly. What can we learn of the true principles of friendship? Who can we learn it from? Look no further than the life of famed author and Catholic, J.R.R. Tolkien. The relationships he exhibited are a wonderful example for all of us to follow, especially with those we may disagree with. As Tolkien described marriage, it’s all about being “companions in shipwreck.”
Follow your host, Fr. Daren Zehnle, as we take a trip to Tolkien’s home of Oxford, and hear wonderful interviews from esteemed people, including author Joseph Pearce, Dr. Mark Atherton - both experts on Professor Tolkien
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