From the Editors



One Faith: An Exhibition of Contemporary Catholic Art

Only when we start recognizing the artists whose work inspires reverence can we return to beauty—reverence of not only the beauty contained in the art itself, but the humility of artists to approach art with a reverent attitude.

Samantha Schroeder

June 30, 2015

Condom Pope Portrait Is Not Subversive, Challenging

What would be far more interesting—and authentically subversive—is if the Milwaukee Art Museum actually displayed art which resisted the dominant sexual culture.

Charles C. Camosy

June 30, 2015

The Executioner’s Wrong

The efficiency argument being made in Nebraska is the logical manifestation of an essentially hedonistic system of reasoning, the idea that what’s morally correct and what’s useful are in essence identical.

Scott Beauchamp

June 29, 2015

On Giving Silence Without Consent

Let’s not imagine our choices are finished. Let’s not loathe a tactical silence just because it’s not martyrdom.

Andrew M. Haines

June 29, 2015

Eyes Raised to Heaven

The gratuitous violence found on our screens drags our gaze down from the things of Heaven and encourages us to revel in the most bestial aspects of our nature.

Alexandra DeSanctis

June 28, 2015

This Week — 6.29.15

From Ethika Politika, our friends, and around the web.

David Mills

June 28, 2015