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Q&A with Fr. Thomas Weinandy

Q&A with Fr. Thomas Weinandy

In writing my theological interpretation of John’s Gospel, as I progressed from verse to verse and chapter to chapter, the more I learned, the more I loved the texts.

Q&A with Michael Calabrese

Q&A with Michael Calabrese

The poet writes on diverse registers; he strives to be realistic in his depiction of what goes on in a bar at 9AM—something, by the way, that hasn’t changed much in nearly seven hundred years nor from one culture to another.

Book Backstory with Heidi Giebel

Book Backstory with Heidi Giebel

To help us avert those three dangers, then, philosophy and psychology inform each other to point us down the right path, and the real-life stories of moral exemplars are crucial for providing us concrete models we can readily apply in our own lives.

Q&A with Ulrich Lehner & Shaun Blanchard

Q&A with Ulrich Lehner & Shaun Blanchard

Church history and historical theology have too often neglected to pay adequate attention to the diversity of voices after the end of the Middle Ages. We have many studies about medieval women and lay people, but hardly anything about their role and influence and participation in the post-Trent church.

A Pandemic Year with the Global Deaf Catholic Community

A Pandemic Year with the Global Deaf Catholic Community

If there is one group that understands the devastating effects of social isolation and restricted communication as a way of life, it is the deaf people of the world. Most signing Deaf people are experts at dealing with loneliness and the stress that comes from social distance and a lack of direct communication.

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