On Brunch and Business

Solving a problem like corporate capitalism requires more than brunches, but the modern brunch does indicate that no matter how crazy our jobs are, we all still crave community. Even when our environment encourages autonomy, we will create a space for breaking bread together.

Marina Olson

October 30, 2014

A Theopolitical Chess Game in Hong Kong and China: An Interview with Justin Tse, Part III

The Church in Hong Kong is intimately connected with the Church in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The aftermath of the 1989 Tiananmen Beijing Spring saw the Church in Hong Kong become a “bridge church” between the Vatican and the PRC. The question is, a bridge to which church?

Artur Rosman

October 29, 2014

The Synod and the Status Quo

Timothy Kirchoff examines the responses of American Catholic institutions to the spread of same-sex marriage in light of the Synod discussions of homosexuality.

Timothy Kirchoff

October 27, 2014

Learning to Love the Individual

The Christian’s faith is fundamentally relational, then, and at all times sensitive to the irreducible psycho-spiritual drama unfolding in the heart of each person.

Travis LaCouter

October 23, 2014

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