John Courtney Murray paved the way for Joe Biden. But does the Jesuit’s theory of America still stand today?
As we give thanks for John Courtney Murray, S.J., we should probably temper our gratitude and be mindful that “the Murray project,” as it is sometimes called, brings with it some caveats.
Saint Ignatius was opposed to women Jesuits for reasons that were cultural, practical and canonical, but other Jesuits were not. The question was a hot topic in the early Society.
“Our bodies are mortal, but our soul is, by its nature, immortal and created to spend eternity with God,” says Dawn Eden Goldstein.
David Tracy's two-columns collection of previously published essays present a compelling argument for the value of theology in today's troubled world.
Scientific advances have allowed enormous breakthroughs in overcoming infertility—but not without some vexing ethical questions.