Time and Transcendence
Although more than 25 years have passed, the joy I felt at Christmas in Calcutta remains more vivid than any other memory of this season.
Grass-Roots Christian Peacebuilders
The wars that have most deeply scarred recent history have not been wars between national states.
Has the Vatican Changed Its Position on Iraq?
During the countdown early this year to the war in Iraq, Pope John Paul II and his Vatican aides wasted no opportunity to broadcast their opposition to a U.S.-led invasion.
Books and Culture
What was going on in the Christian movement between the writing of the New Testament books and the Council of Nicea in A.D. 325?
“Albion” is a magic, a mythic word. It is the primal name of England itself, and also of its whole island.
Along with Francis of Assisi, Thérèse of Lisieux ranks among the most venerated and popular Ca