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Ellen Awe Presenting Caryll Houselander - An Excerpt

houselander.jpgEllen Awe helped spearhead the launch of Sisters of Sophia. And her father, Gene Herr, served on the original EDI Board of Directors. We are so grateful for their enthusiastic support of Eighth Day Institute.

In this excerpt from her Sisters of Sophia presentation on Caryll Houselander (June 20, 2017), you'll hear a story about her love for a British spy who inspired the creation of the fictional character James Bond, and... Continue Reading


Brandon Buerge presenting St. Benedict of Nursia - An Excerpt

Benedict_Square.jpgListen to the first part of Brandon's presentation on St. Benedict of Nursia. You'll learn why St Benedict is important to Brandon, you'll hear a bit about the Benedict Option, and you'll learn about the life of St. Benedict.

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Director Doom presenting Fr. Romano Guardini - An Excerpt

Guardini_Square_1.jpegHere's an extended excerpt - almost half of the lecture - from Director Doom's Hall of Men presentation on Fr. Romano Guardini on July 14, 2011.

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Alan Kreider on Scripture and Tradition with Director Doom Intro on St. Anthony the Great

Anthony_Square.jpgHere's a sample from the Festal Banquet at our 2014 Eighth Day Symposium. We were celebrating the life of St. Anthony the Great. Director Doom offers a brief introduction to the life of St. Anthony and then our dear and late friend Alan Kreider reflects on the role of scripture and obedience in cultural renewal.

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