March 2019 Issue

Five Years with the Virgin Mary: An Academic Pilgrimage by Dr. Vanessa Corcoran

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Ultimately, my journey to learn about Mary is ongoing, and as the woman whose pilgrimage shrines are scattered all around the world, Mary is the perfect guide on this spiritual path.

Our Political Problems Are Moral Problems by Gene Ciarlo

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If there is one outstanding quality that characterized Jesus’s short but effective ministry, it was compassion: compassion for the poor and the suffering, the outcast and the unwanted, the shunned and those considered less than human.

Forster's Personalism: Civic Healing and Howards End by Laura Hartigan

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Forster’s text and Lonergan’s interpretation provide a roadmap of how to achieve the victories that do occur: a key to our reestablishing the center of compromise, dialogue, and civility in our society, a humanistic philosophy that values each individual.

Personal God by Fr. Bedros Shetilian

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Different from the transcendent God is the personal God, the God who revealed Himself and is continuing to do so. We know Him not by our limited minds, but by His revelation.