God, Adam, Eve, and Us by Fr. Bob Bonnot

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The Speaker needs the articulation provided by Word, and the Word needs the energy of the Wind to become real, embodied, incarnate. That energy is Love.

People-Watching on the Bus: A Report from Hawaii by Gene Ciarlo

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A dispatch from the "fantastic study in human diversity" that is Honolulu, Hawaii.

Editorial: Our Collective Fragility

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However we choose to modify our behavior in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, it will be rooted in a new understanding of our interdependence.

A Plea for Priority: The Crisis of Climate Change by Jane M. Bailey

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The Association of US Catholic Priests, the Catholic Climate Initiative, and numerous other groups are leading the response to the climate crisis. Here is what you can do to help.

Divine Maternal Power by Christine Schenk

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People who live close to the earth have much to teach us about living in harmony with a fractured world beloved by God, who in Pope John Paul I’s words is “our father; even more he is our mother.”

Christopher Dawson and a Catholic Philosophy of History by Roger Karny

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Notes on a philosopher who felt that the biggest trial of our time was the way in which Western culture must learn to integrate its passion for freedom with the need for unity.

Beauty, Fragility, and the Icon of Tenderness by Michael Ford

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There is a relationship between a gentle God and his beloved creation, no matter our disadvantages, inadequacy, or fragility. Living a contemplative life helps us appreciate these connections.

A Lenten Assessment of the State of the Church by Ed Burns  

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Are we, as a community of Catholic believers, being faithful to our vocation to be the presence of the Risen Christ in the world?

Editorial: “Think Bigger”: On Bishop Robert W. McElroy and the Conscience of the Catholic Vote

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Catholic voters are called to reconcile spiritual and civic life in the lead-up to the 2020 elections.

From Child Star to Hospital Chaplain by Michael Ford

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"One of life’s lessons is that intense pain takes each of us on a highly personal journey—we’re alone with it and have to muddle through in the hope that the sunshine will one day make its way back into our lives."