Good news, Dappled Things readers!
If you wanted to make it to the Catholic Imagination Conference (CIC) at Loyola University Chicago this fall–or if you were there but, like most of us, haven’t yet mastered bilocation and so missed talks you wanted to hear–the good people at Loyola have put together this resource:
Inside you’ll find recordings of the plenary sessions and links to articles that describe and detail context and topics of interest for CIC attendees and fans. Check back, because they will be posting concurrent sessions next (including the panel with discussion of the contemporary literary landscape for Catholics, in which I had the honor of participating!).
I have many more thoughts to unpack from the conference, even many weeks later. For now, there is plenty to process in this first round of postings alone.
If you’re reading this in the United States, we hope you’ll have a peaceful Thanksgiving weekend. Wherever you are, we wish you a blessed Advent season. Slow down, pray much, make art, and be well.
(Image credit: “Nothing Beats a Fountain Pen” by kartikay.sahay via Creative Commons)