At age 89, on July 30, 2007, Ingmar Bergman left us. Tragically, he won’t be widely mourned by today’s movie audiences. His unblinking, introspective examination of the human condition places heavy demands on his viewers. His last film, “Saraband” (2002), was greeted respectf
In 2003 the theological community and the world lost one of its most prolific and down-to-earth Christian scholars Dorothee Soelle Her work endured five decades and spanned the period from the birth of political theology to our present globalistic cyber-age Soelle rsquo s voice was not silenced a
Vatican II marked a watershed in the ecumenical movement. Where do things stand now?
All good things must come to an end, right?
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In Braunau am Inn in upper Austria, some curious people stop to gawk at the “Hitlerhaus” where the infamous man was born and raised. They would be wise to continue on a few more kilometers to the little village of St. Radegund, where a far different sort of person lived. The place is ver