The Religious Affiliation of Acclaimed Catholic Author
From: Catherine M. Barsotti and Robert K. Johnston, Finding God in the Movies: 33 Films of Reel Faith, Baker Books: Grand Rapids, Michigan (2004), page 18
A truthful telling of the human drama can voice the divine as well. The Catholic novelist Flannery O'Connor, in her classic essay "The Novelist and the Believer," wrote: "The artist penetrates the concrete world in order to find at its depths the image of its source, the image of ultimate reality."
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