Towards a Saintly Image of Catholic Social Teaching

To see the wisdom of the Church in action, we can learn from two Europeans, an emperor and an economist born over a century ago, who embody the “heart” and the “head” of Catholic social teaching.

TJ Whittle

October 21, 2014

I’d Rather Be Whole

The possible objection that collapsing the work of the artist into the general human condition is to disgrace the uniqueness of the arts misunderstands the danger implied in this distinction.

Sam Rocha

October 20, 2014

The Dangers of Transparency

The reactions we have seen to the relatio are a clear example of how there is such a thing as too much transparency.

John Macias

October 19, 2014

Martyrs, Muslims, and Moral Superiority

Do Western demands that moderate Muslims denounce ISIS amount to an unwarranted claim of moral superiority?

Timothy Kirchoff

October 17, 2014

A Sufferable Faith

If there were a definitive, immediately satisfying theological answer to the problem of suffering, every person on earth would know it, because we’ve all had occasions on which to demand it.

Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig

October 16, 2014

The Catholic Umbrella in Hong Kong: An Interview with Justin Tse, Part II

Part II of Artur Rosman’s interview with Justin Tse about the Hong Kong riots, religion, and the Catholic Church.

Artur Rosman

October 16, 2014