That the death of God involves the death of Man is Christian doctrine, a fact of which Nietzsche seems not to have been aware.
Many artists and writers, not necessarily religious, speak of the influence of religious language on their work.
An exclusive excerpt from Elizabeth A. Johnson's forthcoming book, 'Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of Love.'
Karen Kilby, Luke Timothy Johnson, and Bernard G. Prusak reassess Terrence Malick's 'The Tree of Life.'
Many of us have adapted to our consumer culture—a culture in which affluence is morally innocent or even commendable. “More” is taken to be a universal aspiration.
One always has to consider the cultural background of a vow. A vow made in our culture today means something different from one made in our culture fifty years ago.
Images, names, and circumstances make it clear that sacrament and mystery are vital to writer David Schickler's worldview.
David Schickler’s disarmingly glib spiritual memoir provides shadows, shocks, heartbreaks, and offenses. What's a passionate young Catholic man to do?
Pope Francis has surprised the world because he embraces the Christian calling to destabilize and to challenge.
We asked some younger Catholics, themselves just setting out in life, to compose responses to the stories in our symposium.
A special symposium, in which we asked parents to reflect and recollect on their experiences and challenges of raising their children as Catholics.
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