Faith and Reason

David Albertson June 25, 2020
Can the humanities help us find intellectual, emotional and spiritual shelter during our present time of crises?
Richard G. Malloy June 16, 2020
In the 20th and 21st centuries, many theologians have been rethinking how we imagine God in the light of revelations of evolution and the revolutionary realizations of spacetime and quantum mechanics. It’s time for us to catch up.
Christopher Pramuk June 10, 2020
Adolfo Nicolás, S.J., former superior general of the Society of Jesus, helped to recenter the role of imagination in Jesuit education and in the intellectual and spiritual formation of the whole person.
Robert Flock June 08, 2020
In discerning the necessity to avoid contagion in comparison with the need to offer access to the sacraments, it is necessary to comprehend what is at stake in each area.
When is it appropriate to criticize a reigning pope, and what implications does that question have for Catholic ecclesiology?
Bernard G. Prusak May 28, 2020
The ethical problem with talking about ‘expected life years’