Thursday, December 8, 2016
Fulton Sheen: Treasure in Clay
Fulton Sheen: Treasure in Clay:
Catholic literature and its writers have an acute and chronic illness: excessive exposition. The most popular nonfiction Catholic literature (by this, I mean widely read) is expository with no shortage of intentional, standalone quotable nuggets. Sheen gives equal measures of exposition, narrative summary, and dialogue in Treasure in Clay.