Pope Francis presents the Ratzinger prize to Jesuit Father Paul Bere during a ceremony at the Vatican Nov. 9, 2019. Father Bere and philosopher Charles Taylor were chosen as prize winners by the Joseph Ratzinger-Benedict XVI Foundation. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)
Charles Taylor is a philosopher who has focused much of his work on secularism; Father Paul Bere is known particularly for his contributions to developing an African theology.
Aidan Johnson November 11, 2019
In her brilliant new book, Martha Nussbaum argues for a thrilling vision: the whole biosphere conceived and treated as a “cosmic city,” in which humans carefully do their part to ensure that the capabilities of all creatures can be activated as much as possible.
Luke Hansen, S.J. November 11, 2019
What were the results of the Amazon synod?
James F. Keenan November 08, 2019
This interview first appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of In Our Time, the newsletter of the Dorothy Day Guild, edited by Carolyn Zablotny.
Richard G. Malloy November 06, 2019
Does the famous "Arrupe Prayer" owe a debt of gratitude to Bernard Lonergan, S.J.?
Wendy Crosby November 01, 2019
The central religious message of "Good Omens" is a lighthearted critique of Christians who claim faith in a providential God, a God with a plan, but whose plan is utterly incomprehensible.