It’s no surprise that so many writers, critics and filmmakers are mining O’Connor’s writings for study and edification.
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FILM REVIEW: Classic film’s madman chases two little children across bleak black-and-white landscape.
COMMENTARY: Contemplating what constitutes ‘a good and beautiful work.’
Both found joy in the lives God had given them.
By the time of her death in Georgia in 1964, O’Connor had come to express strong support for the civil rights movement and applauded the gains already made in racial relations. Today she’s being accused of racism.
Flannery O'Connor's name will be replaced on the Loyola residence hall with that of Sr. Thea, whose cause for canonization was opened in 2018 by the Diocese of Jackson.
O’Connor wrote about losers and misfits; Scorsese makes films about them; Springsteen sings of them.