This week is crunch week for all of the American Architecture students in Versailles - we have been working on the same design project for the entire semester, and it is finally due today! I am done. I haven't gotten a full night's sleep in a while and did not sleep at all last night . . . I have spent the last six days drawing up plans, sections, elevations, 3D drawings, diagrams, etc., plus I have made a scaled model, and during all of this I've had to come up with ways to keep myself from going absolutely insane as I worked.
Enter 90s music, movies, Dracula on audio book, and YouTube theology.
Not theology concerning YouTube, but Catholic theology that can be found there. There are many types of theology there and one needs to use discretion to make sure to not end up listening to unreal things, but some amazingly good things can be found there, too.
Enter Dr. Scott Hahn.
A renowned Catholic theologian, Dr. Hahn has many lectures on YouTube. I just finished one of his on the Holy Trinity, and was so moved that I wanted to share it right away. I highly recommend listening to it if you have the time, or if you have a project that involves hours (and hours and hours and hours) of work that doesn't fully occupy your brain.
Lastly, I apologize - this is obviously not Spiritual Reading; it's Spiritual Listening. Enjoy!