April 14, 2023
As time has gone on, the Church is putting an increasing amount of emphasis on our responsibilities as stewards of the Earth, tasked with caring for God’s creation. And what better way to prep for the upcoming international celebration of Earth Day on April 22 than picking up a book or two?
December 21, 2022
Tis the season of generosity, but oftentimes, it’s not drumming up the Spirit of Giving that’s the problem. It’s knowing what to give. Thankfully, we have a couple recommendations for some stellar books you can give to the beloved people in your life.
December 9, 2022
The two ends of man—the political and the transcendent—are, in principle, compatible with each other. They have a common origin. They can diverge from their respective ends, however, because of free will, itself natural to what it is to be a human being.
September 7, 2022
When speaking with different groups of Catholics, we discovered that nearly all of them were struggling to integrate their faith into their work. They knew that integration was essential to being Catholic, but they often struggled to locate support for specific concerns.
May 19, 2022
The end of the school year means the start of summer book clubs! Whether it’s with your church, family, or friends, we have a number of titles that will till the ground for fruitful discussion and reflection.
September 8, 2021
I want to show that it is possible for thoughtful people – people who worry about history, philosophy, and the ambiguities of modernity – to engage with Catholic Social Teaching.