July 15-22, 2013
How Gospel forgiveness challenges our social order
The bell tolled last month for Francois Mourad, a Franciscan priest and hermit, who died on June 23 after soldiers linked to a jihadist group attacked the monastery near Ghassanieh, Syria where he had taken refuge. The Syriac Catholic Archbishop of Hassake-Nisibi told Fides news agency that Father M
Keeping Space OpenRe “Pursuing the Truth in Love,” by Matt Malone, S.J. (6/3): I have been reading America for over half a century now. While I appreciate fully your need to state the mission for this age as your predecessors did for theirs, reading your article was a little like reading
Catholics raise voices against the use of solitary confinement.
Dana Greene rsquo s nbsp Denise Levertov A Poet rsquo s Life a biography of Anglo-American poet Denise Levertov rsquo s 1923-1997 long and complex journey as a poet woman and searcher brings alive the writer rsquo s lifetime vocation as a ldquo celebrant of Mystery rdquo For Levertov the li