Wanted: A Vibrant, Living Christianity by Gene Ciarlo

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Notes toward a revival of Christianity that is instrumental and influential in the world.

The Priest and the Iconographer: A Portrait of William Hart McNichols by Michael Ford

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For this remarkably gifted, gently spoken, and profoundly sensitive iconographer, holiness clearly manifests itself in many different guises.

Paschal Hospitality by Jim Forest

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If the essence of sin is fear of the other, the essence of our healing is love of the other.

Living a Catholic Life in a Secular World: A Profile of Vincent D. Rougeau by Jane M. Bailey

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We speak with Vincent D. Rougeau, the first lay and the first Black president in the history of the College of the Holy Cross.

Dorothy Day: Fighting Anti-Semitism by Patrick Henry

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Well known for her work with the poor, Dorothy Day was also engaged in a lifelong fight against anti-Semitisim.

Flannery O’Connor: The Bottom Rail on Top by Nicole d’Entremont

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One fiction writer reflects on another. A lesson in entering fully into the world created by an author.

Easter: A Season and a Way of Life by Stephen B. Kass

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The penitential season of Lent has passed and the season of rebirth and renewal is here. Its 50 days are a period of inspiration that serve as a call to action to all the faithful.

Dreaming with Hans Küng by Joseph Prabhu

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A remembrance of the towering theologian and the new paradigms of thought and expression he brought to the Catholic Church.

From the Mundane to the Mystical: On the Work of Denis Johnson by Adam Fleming Petty

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A critical appreciation of a major novelist whose work evokes the spirituality of the American landscape.

The Decisive Moment: A Vision of Life after the Pandemic by Feliciano López Peralta

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Humanity is at a crossroads, a turning point, a decisive moment in which it has to choose a new direction.