Book Review: Authors examine actions of ancestors, iconoclasts who defied odds, norms
April 21-May 4, 2017
Book Review: The roots of a new understanding of religious life lie in an understanding of the paradigm religious have historically followed and the often misunderstood and misrepresented history of religious life.
Spiritual Reflections: In the enthusiasm of the first Easter, the early Christians believed that anything was possible. They lived and proclaimed Jesus’ message even at the cost of their lives.
Spiritual Reflections: The Emmaus narrative is a clear reminder of the Christian reality that we are nourished by the Lord from two tables: the table of the word and the table of the Eucharist.
Book Review: Harvard theologian Harvey Cox could not have been more timely in his book about parallels between the structures of Christianity and capitalism.
Fascination abounds on TV and in movies, games and books for the Middle Ages — whose very name conveys a sort of halfway house between antiquity and modernity.
Book Review: I'm pretty wary of the word "obedience." So wary, in fact, that I almost declined to review Bradford Hinze's new theology of the church.
Soul Seeing: The word reach means to stretch out, extend or arrive at, and it marks an evolution through the stages of life.
We say: What is needed is something the United States has not had for a very long time: a coherent plan of action for the Middle East.
Catholics by the thousands joined their bishops who lead the state's 15 dioceses at the Texas Capitol as one voice advocating for a number of issues as legislators met April 4.