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John J. Conley, S.J., is a Jesuit of the Maryland Province and a regular columnist for America. He is the current Francis J. Knott Chair of Philosophy and Theology at Loyola University, Maryland.
Teacher Matt Gring talks with his students in the third grade at St. Ambrose Catholic School, a Notre Dame ACE Academy, in Tucson, Ariz., Oct. 23, 2014. (CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec)
Faith Philosopher's Notebook
John J. ConleyDecember 06, 2016
Courage can erupt in the most unexpected corners.
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Faith Philosopher's Notebook
John J. ConleyNovember 02, 2016
At a distance “Under-cover Boss” would seem to be yet another of the “gotcha” surveillance series in which employers and detectives root out dishonest or incompetent employees.
Arts & Culture Books
John J. ConleyOctober 13, 2016
Reno’s portrait of contemporary American society is bold and grim.
Arts & Culture Culture
John J. ConleyOctober 12, 2016
Bitter, brilliant controversy wracked each stage of the evolution of The Way and its allied academic institutions.
The carved busts of Socrates, Antisthenes, Chrysippus, and Epicurus. (Flickr photo/Matt Neale)
Faith Philosopher's Notebook
John J. ConleyOctober 05, 2016
Some Catholics have abandoned philosophy as a central component of the church's discourse.
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Philosopher's Notebook
John J. ConleySeptember 08, 2016
Appalled by both Hillary and the Donald?
Philosopher's Notebook
John J. ConleyJuly 21, 2016
The faith is more than cult and code.
Philosopher's Notebook
John J. ConleyMay 25, 2016
Political homilies need not be limited to ethical issues.
Philosopher's Notebook
John J. ConleyApril 21, 2016
Francis appeals to the visual sense for understanding authentic love.
Philosopher's Notebook
John J. ConleyMarch 16, 2016
This is not a Muslim or a Christian or a Jewish or a pagan Greek problem.