The Depths of Nonduality by Ed Burns

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From the Christian point of view, authentic married life has a salvific character based on the bedrock biblical teaching that we are not created for isolation but for relatedness and communion with each other.

Henri Nouwen at Yale by Michael Ford

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Henri spoke to the hidden places in people’s lives where they felt most vulnerable and least capable, and somehow dignified them. He helped them see that it was precisely there that God wanted to meet them, touch them, and heal them.

Quentin Tarantino’s Moral Vision by Leonard Engel

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While reflecting the vicissitudes of life, fairy tales tell us what could have been, what might have happened, suggesting ideal possibilities under different circumstances or conditions.

Messenger of Peace by Chris Byrd

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In a flawed yet ultimately life- and faith-affirming film, Italian director Marco Pontecorvo tells the story of the famed Marian apparitions during World War I.

Hope Lies in Seeing Clearly by Fran Salone-Pelletier

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Slowly, over the years, the song has become more than a hummed tune. It is now a call and command to receive and accept clearer vision.

A Theology of Happiness by Fr. Bedros Shetilian

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People who have faith get their power from God; they are never alone. Faith is what makes someone strong, helps him preserve his integrity, helps him persevere and never be broken, no matter how harsh conditions may be.

The Month of the Holy Souls by Jane M. Bailey

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In thinking about the saints, we can’t help but wonder how we stack up. That wonder just might help us to become more loving and trusting human beings.

The Three Wise Men from the West by William John Fitzgerald

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These three priests differed from each other in almost every way: nationality, family background, personality. But they all shared one priesthood and a high ideal: “Love the people you serve.”

Editorial: The Unspoken Sadness: On the McCarrick Report

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In disentangling these stories, what stands out is the evasiveness, the lack of accountability, that flows upward through the channels of power.

On Presence: The Commonplace We Can No Longer Remember by Wally Swist

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By sheer application of being conscious in the moment, we defy the odds and realize our birthright, which is the experience of finding the numinous in the commonplace.