May 16, 2014
Articles in this issue
A decade ago, who would have guessed that controversies about male circumcision would roil European countries and achieve resonance in the United States?
If theologians are condemned for not being in conformity with the Catechism, can they do theology at all?
A new pastor walks a fine line between learning about a parish community and making administrative decisions. It takes time and balance and a lot of prayer.
The central problem in most modern famines was never an absolute lack of food. At issue was distribution.
Readers respond to stories on Edmund Burke vs.Thomas Paine, military chaplains, and the canonization of John Paul II and John XXIII.
Atypical work for the whimsical and aesthetic Wes Anderson, or another journey further into 'Andersonland'?
There are three key doctrines where Aquinas’s arguments lead to perplexing conclusions: immortality, creation, and the nature of God as both one and triune.
Why do these ten masterful literary essays from a doubt-seasoned Catholic "risk blasphemy"? "Because they speak of the God of the desert."
all afternoon friends knocking softly / on the front door of our Ash Alley row home / saying to our mother how sorry / they were about her loss...
"It’s not you. Well, it’s not me either. It’s the ‘us’ that needs…space," we said in perfect, twinny unison. It was our biggest split since the egg divided.
Pope Francis boldly enlists the legacies of his two predecessors in support of his upcoming Synod on the Family.
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