The 2009 Romero Lecture was delivered by the late Dean Brackley SJ. Professor Brackley discussed the polarisation of the population of El Salvador and the Church’s mission in Central America.
Ian Coleman looks at the history and form of Gregorian chant. What are the features of this particular genre of music that make it so ideally suited to Christian liturgy?
Frances Novillo describes the function of liturgical song in uniting a congregation. How do the music and text of a hymn, when properly chosen, enable us to worship as a community?
There are many ways to God. Peter Knott SJ describes how a deeper appreciation of the arts may open the way to an awareness of the mystery of God present in all things.
Damian Cassidy O.Carm reflects on his ministry to young adults and describes how his own faith has been enriched by the gifts they bring to the Church.
In an exclusive adapted extract from his book, Finding Happiness, Abbot Christopher Jamison examines the modern attitude to the Seven Deadly Sins and re-introduces us to the sin that never made the list. How has our neglect of acedia, or spiritual apathy, affected our culture?
Peter Knott SJ examines how and why Christian values in the workplace can promote effective management: what makes a good manager?
Despite the challenges they may present to and face in US civil society, the vibrant presence of immigrants is a blessing for the Church, argues Nathan Stone.
Ruth Morris recalls how the 2008 MAGiS programme prepared her and other pilgrims for an unforgettable experience at World Youth Day in Sydney.
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