Hungry Souls in a Self-Affirming Culture: Rediscovering the Beauty of Food & Feasting

More than stomachs that need to be filled, or personalities that need to be affirmed, there is a right and proper hunger that makes us all human and that demands to be satisfied. In the midst of packed schedules and the pursuit of our individual ambitions, the family dinner table—once a sacred daily tradition—has dissolved into near obscurity. On March 7, 2019, Grove City College professor Dr. Andrew Mitchell gave a talk before nearly 100 guests for the Veritas Academy in Leola, Pennsylvania.  We invite you to view Dr. Mitchell’s discussion on rediscovering the beauty of food and feasting. Click here or below for more.


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Andrew Mitchell

Andrew Mitchell

Andrew Mitchell is an assistant professor of history at Grove City College and a contributing scholar for The Center for Vision & Values.

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