Persons worried about the current “synodality” process in the Catholic Church have good reasons to be anxious. The car wreck of the German Catholic “synodal path” on matters of sexuality and Church governance is one […]
The following is adapted from July 30 remarks to the 12th annual Napa Institute summer conference. One of Quentin Tarantino’s favorite movies – and I mean this seriously — is the 1975 film Switchblade Sisters. […]
Catholic journalists are called to report the truth with "a consuming passion for excellence," veteran journalist and scholar Francis X. Maier says. / Shutterstock
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Editor’s note: The following text is adapted from July 24 remarks at the 2021 national Napa Institute summer conference. Napa’s summer conference gets better every year. It’s an island of encouragement in a world that […]
In January 2017, three days before Barack Obama left the White House, the New York Times published an opinion piece entitled “Reading the Classic Novel That Predicted Trump.” Written by Beverly Gage, it spoke darkly […]
Over the 33 years since its publication, I’ve quoted one particular text many times. Paradoxes of Faith (Ignatius Press) is a collection of thoughts by Henri Sonier de Lubac. Brief and simple, yet enormously rich, […]