Envision, if you will, the perfect Catholic church building. For some this would be an exercise of the imagination, one that takes into account the person’s idea of the sacred, of beauty, of practicality.
From Alienation to Dialogue to Reconciliation
There is a kinder, gentler, subtler discrimination these days.
The number of internally displaced persons has risen to 21 million worldwidetwice the number of refugees.
The proceedings have been more like a civics lesson...a glimpse into what goes on behind the scenes.
Books and Culture
Ecumenism in spiritual book publishing is alive and well.
In this, the third and presumably final volume of his Agnes Browne trilogy, Brendan O’Carroll sends poor Agnes off to heaven at the relat
Michael Ruse, a professor of philosophy and zoology at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, is that rare bird, a theologically li
Road maps provide a wonderful metaphor for life.
What you look hard at looks back hard at you.