March 16, 2023
Cherry blossom season is upon us here in DC, though these first days of spring have not been without their cold! These are the books we’ve been scrambling to finish before spring fever sets in—or the books we’ll be taking with us to picnic under the flowers.
March 8, 2023
No charism is a one and done process, but like the reform of the church, a charism is an ongoing process of listening attentively and lovingly to the Holy Spirit who is, as John of the Cross says, the principal guide of those committed to prayer and to the apostolate.
January 12, 2023
We aspire for an education that seeks to occasion transformations so structural, profound, intimate, and thorough that learners cannot tell what they have learned because it has become one with them.
January 4, 2023
Here are sixteen ways that you can preserve the legacy of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. (Spoiler: it involves a lot of reading).
March 9, 2022
Translating Fr. Nicolas was like sitting at the feed of a great master, learning how to cut through the brush of so many topics. In the case of Fr. Gardeil’s work, I was in the presence of a giant of spiritual theology, putting in order so many of my ideas about the moral and spiritual life.
September 1, 2021
Perhaps it is time for Black Catholics to ask themselves whether Karenga’s Seven Black Values are the final word on what Black spirituality should be. Should not there be a more transcendent dimension to Black spirituality?