Posts Tagged: priest
I write for many of the same reasons that I wanted to become a priest. I want to bear witness to a sacramental vision. I want to admit my life as a sinner. Rather than judge others, I want to use empathy to sketch their imperfect lives on the page, and find the God that I know resides within them.
One of the most powerful scenes in Charlie Kaufman’s Synechdoche New York, the priest’s monologue, was written the day before shooting and is therefore not in the script. We tracked down the full text....more
“After the phone call from The New Yorker, I walked more than a mile to church to thank God. But then I told God I would talk to Him another time and darted home.”...more