Catherine Hudak Klancer highlights moving examples of all seven virtues - faith, hope, charity, prudence, temperance, fortitude and justice - in Peter Jackson's production of The Lord of the Rings.
Author Kristin LeMay's project is a deeply personal one: her Dickinson (or Emily, as she calls her) is a rebel, rogue and spiritual guide.
What does Christmas mean if you don’t believe in Christ? Thinking Faith asked Jonathan Holloway to tell us how and why someone who rejects religious values celebrates Christmas.
Read and watch Dr Alison Milbank’s description of the journey ‘there and back again’ on which Tolkien takes us.
James Martin SJ and Tim Reidy took ‘A Catholic Look at Downton’ in a podcast for America magazine, and you can read their thoughts on Thinking Faith.
Have you heard the one about the Jesuit doing stand-up comedy at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe?
The writer of the London 2012 Opening Ceremony gives his own take on the various interpretations of the ceremony. How did Frank Cottrell-Boyce find his own Pentecost in the Olympic Stadium?
Where does this mysterious Higgs boson particle fit into our picture of the universe? Former particle physicist, Fr Andrew Pinsent, explains the science behind the discovery of the Higgs and introduces us to some of the most crucial figures in the centuries of research upon which its prediction was based.
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