Sean Salai, S.J. May 06, 2019
I never try to impose narrow, moral interpretations on art. Poetry is mostly about the joyful discoveries of language and imagination.
Amanda Vernon and Matt Fase, C.S.C. (photo courtesy Amanda Vernon)
Sean Salai, S.J. April 01, 2019
This is a story about two people who fell in love with each other and gave that love back to God in surrender.
Ashley McKinless March 15, 2019
March Madness kicks off this weekend with Selection Sunday. What teams will make it to the N.C.A.A. men’s basketball tournament this year?
Sean Salai, S.J. March 04, 2019
An interview with Duncan G. Stroik, architect, author and professor of architecture at the University of Notre Dame.
Bill McCormick, S.J. February 19, 2019
The engagement with intersectionality by moral theologians continues the historical process by which the tradition has always learned from ways of knowing outside of itself.
Tom Elitz, S.J. February 08, 2019
An interview with Charlie Camosy on intersectional critical theory and the state of Catholic moral thinking