Welcome to the Field Intelligence Report, v.24.0, The Catholic Conspiracy’s weekly linkfest to the good, the true, and the beautiful. We’re an oasis of hope and joy in a desert of despair (unless you’re a Chicago Cubs fan – no despair for you this week!). This week’s finds start off with the hilarious and smile-inducing Bishop Carpool Karaoke video. We gots a book review (“Marie Chapdelaine”), a movie review of “Doctor Strange”, and a couple stories on touchstones of our historic Catholic faith: the tomb of Christ, and the Shroud of Turin. Plus a whole lot more.
Put your feet up, take a load off, and get refreshed for the rest of your day. And let us know in the combox what you think of our weekly feature – we’d love to hear from you!
Carpool Karaoke With Bishop Malloy – Rockford Diocese, YouTube
Maria Chapdelaine – MrsDarwin, Darwin Catholic
Jesus’ Burial Tomb Uncovered: Here’s What Scientists Saw Inside – Kristin Romey, National Geographic
Sometimes Vocations Do Fall From the Sky – John Howarth, Seminarian Casual
Liturgical Living at a Glance: November 2016 – Haley Stewart, Carrots for Michelmas
The Importance of Face-to-Face Relationships – Anne DeSantis, CatholicStand
A Compelling Case for the Holy Shroud of Turin – Francis Phillips, The Catholic Herald
Holiness: How We Transform the Social Order – Constance Hull, Catholic Exchange
SDG Reviews ‘Doctor Strange’ – Steven D Greydanus, National Catholic Register
A Chair for the Beloved – Melissa Musick, The Catholic Catalogue