During this episode, you'll hear about the criteria Well-Read Mom uses when choosing a book for our book club.
We'll discuss the importance of tradition, humanity, and art in literature.
We'll also consider whether it is possible to interact with, study, consider, and read books that stretch us outside our comfort zone? Books that include objectionable content, written by authors whose world-view, behavior, or experiences may at times diverge from what is virtuous and moral?
If so, how should we read these books?
You'll also hear more about the specific method that Well-Read Mom groups use in their monthly meetings: Read, compare, share, and accompany.
Marcie Stokman, president and founder of Well-Read Mom, Inc., mother of seven, grandmother of eleven
Colleen Hutt, graduate of Notre Dame's liberal arts program, "retired" parish minister, mother, and volunteer organizer of the Well-Read Mom pilgrimage
Carla Galdo has a B.A. in Spanish Literature and Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia, and a M.T.S. from the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies in Marriage and Family in Washington, D.C. She is a wife and mother, is blessed to live on a hobby farm in small town Virginia, and to homeschool her five children.
Janel Lewandowski, co-director of Well-Read Mom, M.A. in Pastoral Studies from the St. Paul School of Divinity at the St. Paul Seminary, wife and mother of five.
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