A bond with God, discovered deep within, is the source of freedom in any situation, even prison. The life of Etty Hillesum will be the subject of one of the exhibits at the Meeting of Rimini.
Culture - 2019
We publish a review of the late Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete's posthumous "What is Christianity?" recently published by Human Adventure Books.
The research of late professor Andrew Tallon is serving as a scaffold for expert investigations on the Notre Dame fire. But Tallon was much more than a prestigious art historian. His witness of love for Christ shines as an example of concrete holiness.
On May 31, a crowd of about seventy gathered to listen to a panel discussion with Jostein Solheim and Nuno Teles. The theme of the event was life, purpose, and the workplace.
"The saints are people whose whole humanity has been taken up into this relationship with Jesus Christ." At the last Crossroads event in New York City, Fr. Solanus Benfatti and Lisa Lickona discussed what makes one a saint.
We publish Stanley Hauerwas' foreword to the second edition of The Risk of Education recently published by McGill-Queen's University Press. Hauerwas will be part of a panel discussing education at the 2019 New York Encounter.
In light of the death of Pulitzer-Prize winning poet Mary Oliver, we revisit the essence of her work which re-orients the heart towards a reality pregnant with meaning.