Federation of St. Scholastica Celebrates Centennial with Colloquium on Benedictine Life

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Presentations and discussions were themed “Benedictine Life: A Vision Unfolding” and focused on three topics: Wisdom, Witness, and the Way Forward.

A Report from the AUSCP Annual Assembly: Day 3

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Keynotes from Mary J. Novak of NETWORK and Cardinal Peter Turkson set the tone for Day 3 of the AUSCP assembly.

A Report from the AUSCP Annual Assembly: Day 2

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A keynote from Fr. Dan Horan, reports from working groups, and an assortment of colloquia were highlights of Day 2 of the AUSCP assembly.

A Report from the AUSCP Annual Assembly: Day 1

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The opening day of the AUSCP assembly featured a keynote address from Bishop John Stowe.

Dialogue in Detroit: Reassessing the Inaugural Call to Action Conference by David J. O’Brien

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Remembering the 1976 Call to Action conference in Detroit, and how its legacy has shaped our understanding of synodality.

Personalism and Production: On Virgil Michel’s Social Thought by Gregory Fox

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An early 20th-century monk envisioned a society beyond capitalism. His work is more relevant than ever.

Catholic Bishops Are Malawi’s Last Hope by Ray Mwareya

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This past March, Malawi’s Catholic bishops condemned the country’s government for failing to care for the poor.

Beyond Reform by Eileen McCafferty DiFranco

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Faithful people have been trying to reform the church for the last thousand years. Their efforts have never been rewarded.

A Vocation of Presence: On the Canonization of Charles de Foucauld

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He became the paradigm of the “other-centered” life; through his love for neighbor, he forgot himself in God.

Dying or Rising?: A Pentecost Promise by Gene Ciarlo

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I believe that the church was and still is capable of responding to that inner need and desire, a longing which may be a longing for God, the spirit that drove Jesus into the desert and ultimately into the arms of his accusers.