Faith, biopower, and utopia

September 19, 2021 Johan Eddebo 9

The old town church of my hometown in Sweden is probably the most salient architectural feature of the surroundings visible from our apartment. Here, across the city’s central lake is where I was baptized, as […]


Dante at Seven Hundred

September 15, 2021 James Matthew Wilson 3

As the medieval poet Dante Alighieri ascends the mountain of purgatory, in the second canticle of his great poem, The Divine Comedy, he arrives as the terrace of the envious. There, those who took pleasure […]


9/11 Revisited

September 10, 2021 James V. Schall, S.J. 7

Editor’s note: This essay by the late Fr. James V. Schall was originally published in slightly different form at Ignatius Insight on September 8, 2006, to mark the fifth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 […]