By Michael Bradley
The challenges facing the review committee are legion and complex. But not every question that it faces is difficult to answer. Notre Dame must retain its theology, if it wants to serve the Catholic mission that it claims to animate this entire process.
By Artur Rosman
If we look back in the Gospel of Mark, the driving into the desert is preceded by baptism with water. John, whose primary tool of conversion was water, is, like the victims of ISIS, arrested without explanation, only to become a victim of seemingly meaningless violence.
Death Comes for the Deconstructionist is a novel for our cultural time and place, but it also transcends it. It will be discussed long after deconstruction has killed itself and the humanities.
February 24, 2015
I would suggest that when truth requires a stout defense it might be an occasion to question not only its self-evidence, but also the wit of its communication.
February 23, 2015
Szybist clearly struggles with what the Annunciation means for her. It seems to simultaneously empower and bind contemporary women with the high standards that it sets.
February 19, 2015
How many more essays must we read about the enchantment of the arts to be convinced that perhaps art is something altogether different and more radically normal than these mediocre dreams of Eden?
February 18, 2015
Stories have a funny way of bypassing the intellect to inform the passions. Christ taught in parables for a very good reason.
February 15, 2015
Courtship as a Christian is a discernment process in which we seek the one to whom we eventually offer a full sacrifice of self. When God is our autopilot, we’ll arrive on time, exactly where we were meant to be.
February 12, 2015