Beatified this month, Cardinal Newman, and his appeal to value the laity, remain relevant.
Examining the creative principles that animate Newman's vision and guide his practice
Most people have heard about my conversion to Catholicism in 1845, and of course that was a pivotal moment in my life. But it was more concerned with church than with faith. I would put my conversion to faith much earlier, in the autumn of 1816 when a period of crisis and breakthrough gave me a
Reflecting on Dorothy Day's spiritual life has helped me navigate my own.
Relax, They Won’t Hurt I have just perused the changes referred to in “Musicians Prepare for Coming Changes in Mass Text” (8/2). They are very minor. They seem to reflect a return to translations that older members might remember from the joint Latin-English missals. In this respec
As the Senate scrambles to find money to bolster Medicare, funding cuts drive up food insecurity.
The proximity of religious difference in our globalized world raises new tasks for Christians As our workplaces schools and communities are increasingly multireligious it rsquo s a good idea to have some understanding of the faiths our neighbors profess But as this volume suggests our interreli