Ernest Hemingway & Graham Greene: Prodigal Sons of the Church
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Ernest Hemingway & Graham Greene: Prodigal Sons of the Church

January/February 2019 – Ernest Hemingway & Graham Greene: Prodigal Sons of the Church

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Hemingway’s Catholic Heart –  Mary Claire Kendall

“Born as the Victorian era was breathing its last, Ernest Hemingway initially only knew the Protestant world of Oak Park where he grew up, not far from Chicago.

Later, while serving with the American Red Cross Ambulance Corps in Italy in the summer of 1918, the budding writer discovered the richness of Catholicism—with all five senses. He bathed in Mary’s love and soaked up the redemptive reality of her son Jesus hanging on that wooden cross, writhing in pain, to his very sinews, the great European cathedrals he visited punctuating this reality. He was just seventeen. The experience was transformative.”

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