Subversive Undercroft #231: Life Everlasting

We begin by marveling at the inappropriateness of most teen culture from the 80’s (AND BEFORE!). And then we continue our journey through the catechism and talking about what might await us on the other side of death plus a little detour into the place of the Bible in the life of faith.


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Be Thou My Vision, Jaimie Jorge

Stump the Priest Theme, Kristin Burkholder

Soon and Very Soon, Les Petits Chanteurs de Montigny



Outtake from the movie Grease with Frankie Avalon as a guardian angel

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