January Beach Day

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Well, I survived my first semester, and now I’m a week into the second one. My friend and I went to the beach today. It was 42 degrees and sunny. Looks warm, doesn’t it?? We spent a day at the beach in January. It was GORGEOUS.

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Disney’s Frozen: Reflections on Original Sin and the Incarnation

This makes perfect sense. Oh my gosh.

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Fr. Eric Mah is a priest of the Archdiocese of Toronto. Here is his thought-provoking extended homily that uses the Disney movie, Frozen, as an analogy for Original Sin and the Mystery of the Incarnation. (warning: spoiler alert)

Today, I’d like to do something a little bit different. What I’d like to do is explain this great Mystery of the Incarnation – this great mystery of the Word of God becoming flesh (cf. Jn 1:14; CCC 461) – by using an extended movie analogy. The movie I have in mind came out about a year ago.  It’s made by Disney and it’s made about $1.2 billion worldwide. The movie I’m talking about is called Frozen.

disney's frozenThe movie is very loosely based on that really famous fairytale called “The Snow Queen” by Hans Christian Andersen, which is to say that, technically speaking, there’s a character in the movie named Elsa…

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