God without the Idea of Evil: Part V—God’s Kindhearted Design by Gregory Casprini, OSB

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We conclude Fr. Casprini's series today with a piece that links Christ's parables to the themes of "God without the Idea of Evil."

God without the Idea of Evil: Part IV—Destined from the Foundation of the World by Gregory Casprini, OSB

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The latest in this multipart series considers God's "kindhearted design" as glimpsed in the life of the Trinity.

“Real, Real Gone”: A Monk with a Passion for the Blues by Michael Ford

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We take a momentary pause in our series on "God without the Idea of Evil" to meet a monk-poet from the Midwest who senses the connection between the Psalms and the blues.

God without the Idea of Evil: Part III—The Twofold Gaze of the Lord by Gregory Casprini, OSB

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The third installment of this multipart series considers the relationship between human freedom and original sin.

God without the Idea of Evil: Part II—The Goodness of Human Freedom by Gregory Casprini, OSB

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We continue our multipart series exploring the idea of a God who "cannot comprehend" the evil in the world.

God without the Idea of Evil: Part I—The Origins of a Translation by Gregory Casprini, OSB

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The first in a multipart series that explores the idea of a God who simply "cannot comprehend" the evil in the world.

“An Important Step Forward”: An Interview with Phyllis Zagano

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The author and theologian speaks about the Synod's approach to the permanent diaconate of women.

Synod delegate reflects on “courageous” discussions at October assembly by Michael Centore

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Helena Jeppesen-Spuhler, delegate from Switzerland, spoke about her experience at an event hosted by Catholic Church Reform International.

Is the Church Ready for Radical Simplicity? by Gene Ciarlo

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The bywords for the rest of the Synod should be radical simplicity, and a place for everyone according to their gifts and charisms.

The Mystical Camino by O’Neill D’Cruz

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Every faith tradition offers models and metaphors for the Way, rooted in both mystical and cultural contexts and expressed in archetypal and physical symbols.