Arts & Culture FilmEmma Winters November 16, 2018
The film cuts through that numbness, painting a mural of human emotion where media portrayals of violence offer only a drop of splattered paint.
Faith DispatchesEmma Winters November 15, 2018
Men and women for others “are persons who cannot conceive of love of God without love of neighbor,” Father Arrupe once said. “Theirs is an efficacious love that has justice as its first requirement.”
Faith Faith in FocusEmma Winters November 02, 2018
At first, I blamed God for my injury. Then I thanked God for every step.
Arts & Culture BooksEmma Winters November 02, 2018
And reading poetry, like the books in our 2018 poetry review, can be a great way to not make perfect sense of a thing, but to just be with a thing.
Faith DispatchesEmma Winters October 19, 2018
Catherine Pakaluk, who currently teaches at the Catholic University of America and holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University, describes her tweet to Mr. Macron as “spirited” and “playful.”
Faith NewsEmma Winters October 10, 2018
The delay appears to be about his public comments on homosexuality and the women’s diaconate.
Faith DispatchesEmma Winters October 09, 2018
From airports to prisons, chaplains face distinct challenges.
Arts & Culture IdeasEmma Winters September 21, 2018
“Atticus is a storyteller, observer…. He loves the ocean, the desert, whiskey and playing with words.”
Faith NewsEmma Winters September 05, 2018
In a conversation about sexual abuse in the United States and Australia, Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane, Australia, told America that “until there is a genuine restoration of trust, no apology is going to land.”
Faith NewsEmma Winters August 31, 2018
Father Malone interviewed Mr. Douthat about what was needed from the Vatican and how Catholics can maintain their faith in light of all the news about abuse in the church this summer.