James Crampsey SJ explores some passages in the Synoptic Gospels against the horizon of 'Mystagogy'.
On 24 March 2012, thousands of young Catholics descended upon Wembley Arena for the Catholic Youth Ministry Federation’s Flame Congress, one of many events that will celebrate the partnership of faith and sport in this Olympic year.
18 April marks the start of the 100 day countdown to the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
RMS Titanic never made it to Liverpool, where she was designed and registered, but Lord David Alton reveals the little-known story of the ship’s historical and ongoing links with Catholic life in the city.
Michael Paul Gallagher SJ describes how the freedom of the imagination to embrace, not escape, the drama of our lives was crucial to a unique Jesuit thinker, William Lynch SJ. For Lynch, this freedom lies in Christ’s subversion of the ‘old imagination’, which is the source of our Easter hope. How does our faith resource us to imagine the narratives of our lives creatively and concretely?
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