Faith and Reason

John Carr March 26, 2020
Catholic social teaching offers us principles for reflection, criteria for judgment, guidelines for action which can guide our individual, institutional and national choices.
Brian P. Bennett March 20, 2020
Seeing the proselytizing success of the Jesuits in Eastern Europe, some Orthodox clerics decided to defend their expression of the faith using the very tools that were challenging it.
Matthew D. Walz February 27, 2020
Anyone dissatisfied with the current state of elementary and high school education might ask why we don't return to classical educational models.
David C. Paternostro, S.J. January 22, 2020
The process of leaving the church is not so different from the process of joining it.
Douglas J. Cremer December 20, 2019
The clergy need to rethink our approach to ministry through wide research and consultation among women of diverse ethnicities, languages, sexual identities and classes.
Richard J. Clifford December 12, 2019
The Psalms lengthen the moment, enlarge the experience and connect a private experience to those of other human beings. Wonder fades if we do not “back it up.”