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Brenna Moore is an associate professor of theology at Fordham University and the author of Sacred Dread: Raïssa Maritain, the Allure of Suffering, and the French Catholic Revival 1905-1945.

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Brenna Moore
At the heart of Sinéad O’Connor’s new memoir is her sense of transcendence and her longing for it, as well as the depth of her religious imagination since childhood.
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Brenna Moore
'Simone Weil,' by Simone Weil
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Brenna Moore
While scholarly literature about the Holocaust is vast and continually expanding writings about the members admittedly very few in number of the resistance are still quite rare Men and women familiar to scholars like Gertrud Luckner John M Oesterreicher Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Henri de Lubac
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Brenna Moore
In the opening paragraph of Beyond the Walls Joseph Palmisano S J advances a startling claim Edith Stein rsquo s forced removal from her Carmelite monastery in 1942 and her subsequent murder at Auschwitz stand before us as ldquo a lsquo prophetic sign of our times rsquo rdquo and a model fo