Over the past several years, virtually every kind of Catholic institution has come under threat. To name just a few…
Beginning on October 3rd the Jesuits held their 36th General Congregation. General congregations are a fundamental governance mechanism of the Society…
“I have lots of problems with the academic humanities, and not just because they’re withering; I have problems with the way they conduct their business. But they still make room for a lot of great things.”
“Music has always possessed a force of enchantment. It has always been a pathway to the divine. We have mostly forgotten that in the present day, when music is perceived merely as a source of diversion and entertainment.”
The first English translation of a conversation of Fabrice Hadjadj, philosopher and member of the Pontifical Council for the Laity, and an award-winning Catholic author who describes sexuality as “an opening to transcendence.”
Artur Rosman interviews Image Journal’s Gregory Wolfe about contemporary religious literature and how literary critics, even religious ones, are failing to recognize and appreciate it.
Robert George speaks with Ryan Shinkel about natural law, the liberal arts, and the work of the Love and Fidelity Network.
Robert P. George discusses the upcoming Vatican colloquium on the family, the end of “comfortable Catholicism” in America, and his disagreement with Patrick Deneen on the Founding’s consonance with Catholic teaching.
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?
Part II of Artur Rosman’s interview with Justin Tse about the Hong Kong riots, religion, and the Catholic Church.