-Catechism of the Catholic Church, Paragraph 2654
I've seen the movie, and plan to do so again. It's fun, and in its own way a great deal more true-to-reality than classics like the Disney "Sleeping Beauty."
That said, I saw very few specifically "Christian" references in "Frozen." Yes, I enjoyed it. I think it is remarkably well-written. I also think that "Frozen" accurately displays the ways folks can make decisions: and the consequences of those decisions.
I think "Frozen" is an ethical movie, one which accurately reflects the results of wisdom, folly, and fear.
But "Christian?" Paraphrasing what one of my daughters said about books, 'the movie has not been baptized.'
Now, a shameless plug. My take on writers, faith, and assumptions:
" 'A Writer Who is Catholic' " http://catholiccitizenamerica.blogspot.com/2013/06/a-writer-who-is-catholic.html (June 2013)
Mary, by your prayers and mother guidance, help us all to be people of peace, ambassadors of the love of Christ.
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