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    Fr. Joseph Jenkins

  • The blog header depicts an important and yet mis-understood New Testament scene, Jesus flogging the money-changers out of the temple. I selected it because the faith that gives us consolation can also make us very uncomfortable. Both Divine Mercy and Divine Justice meet in Jesus. Priests are ministers of reconciliation, but never at the cost of truth. In or out of season, we must be courageous in preaching and living out the Gospel of Life. The title of my blog is a play on words, not Flogger Priest but Blogger Priest.

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BBC Recordings: Classic Stories (First Name B-E)

   

Bram Stoker (336 megs / 17 files)

  • Dracula (7 parts)
  • Dracula (10 parts)

Charlotte Bronte (405 megs / 7 files)

  • Jane Eyre (4 parts)
  • Villette (3 parts)

      

Daniel Defoe (241 megs / 4 files)

  • Robinson Crusoe (2 parts)
  • Robinson Crusoe & Further Adventures (2 parts)

D. H. Lawrence (581 megs / 13 files)

  • Goose Fair
  • Her Turn
  • Lady Chatterly’s Lover (part 1 of two missing)
  • Rawdon’s Roof
  • Sons and Lovers (3 parts)
  • The Christening
  • The Shades of Spring
  • Women in Love (4 parts)

E. Nesbit (491 megs / 16 files)

  • Five Children & It
  • Last of the Dragons (5 parts)
  • The Phoenix and the Carpet (5 parts)
  • The Railway Children (4 parts)
  • The Story of the Amulet

     

Edgar Allan Poe (113 megs / 3 files)

  • Fall of the House of Usher (2 parts)
  • The Gold Bug

Emily Bronte (290 megs / 5 files)

  • Wurthering Heights (5 parts)

Evelyn Waugh (974 megs / 19 files)

  • Brideshead Revisited (4 parts)
  • Cruise
  • Manager of Kremlin
  • On Guard
  • Portrait of Young Man with Career and The Sympathetic Passenger
  • Sword of Honour (11 parts)

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