Friday, November 21, 2014
Reflections on Dante's Divine Comedy - Pt 9-1 The Inferno
With this post we begin posting episodic excerpts from Gil Bailie's archival materials again. For the next long while these will be from Gil's 1984 24 cassette tape series on Dante's Divine Comedy which are being transfered into digital format. If you are interested in obtaining the complete MP3s finished so far please visit our webstore by following this link.
Those visitors who have shared contact information with us over the past years will likely in the days before Thanksgiving receive our annual Fall Appeal. We try to limit our fundraising appeals to once a year, and ask that you look kindly on our request for support for the coming year. If you are a new visitor to our weblog and want to learn more about our work please follow this link to our website.
In early 2015 Gil Bailie hopes to have the manuscript he has been working on lo these past four years in the hands of a prospective publisher. There will no doubt still be much work to be done. But when that happens we expect to see Gil back on the road. He has had to pass on numerous offers of speaking opportunities over the past few years in order to keep his focus on the manuscript. Next year that will change. If a publisher finds this manuscript worthy of publication we expect there will be some promotional trips involved following its debut. We will keep those interested in our work appraised of these events.
Thanksgiving blessings to all!
Posted by Randy Coleman-Riese at 1:54 PM
Labels: Dante, hope, Inferno, the future
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Christ is in our midst! I recently discovered René Girard's thought as well as your own thought and works. Wow, what planet have I been on! For years I have promoting the works of all the Ressourcement and Communio thinkers. Refer to my blog. I am a new financial supporter to your efforts as well as a big fan and promoter of it! Great news about the new book in the works. What is the topic of it? Look forward promoting it as well coordinating getting you to speak here in the Midwest.
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