27th August 2015
The modus vivendi that Amy Schumer relates is ours, in one way or another, and while it will not win any prizes for beauty, perhaps there is always something like an honourable mention for sincerity.
21st August 2015
Go Set a Watchman
If nothing else, the debates about the publication of Harper Lee's novel remind us of what it feels like to be moved by a piece of literature and how hard it is to express that, says Nathan Koblintz.
19th August 2015
Finding God in Amsterdam
Jim Corkery and three of his Jesuit brothers experienced the graces of community life in a new way in Amsterdam and found God at work everywhere, from a Jesuit church to the red light district!
10th August 2015
Duty free? Virtue ethics in Laudato si’
How does the ecological conversion to which Laudato si’ calls us compare with a movement in secular philosophy which advocates an environmental virtue ethics?
6th August 2015
Saint Dominic and Christian charity
8 August is the Feast of Saint Dominic, founder of the Order of Preachers. What picture of Christian charity do we see when we look at Dominic’s own life and at the Dominican charism?
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