1. Where Is the Fault Lodged?

    Amy Welborn, author of over two dozen books on Catholic spirituality, revisits Souls and Bodies and the Sixties.

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  2. Are Jansenists Among Us?

    Shaun Blanchard, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University Theology Assitant Professor, denies the existence of contemporary Jansenists.

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  3. Jane Austen's Daily Mirrors of Marriage

    Haley Stewart, writer, speaker, and podcaster looks into the mirror of Austen's novels for a realistic picture of Holy Matrimony. 

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  1. Has Literature Regained Its Faith?

    Angela Alaimo O'Donnell, Curran Center for American Catholic Studies Associate Director, recognizes the big progress made in putting Catholic literature back on the literary map. 

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  2. Hägglund’s Defense of Faust

    Michael Shindler, a writer based in DC, inspects the coherence of Hagglund's secular faith

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  3. The Demon of Melancholy

    Romano Guardini, Catholic priest, professor, and author, digs up the roots of depression.

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  4. Clarifying the Virtues and Limits of Nationalism

    Randall B. Smith, Scanlan Endowed Professor of Moral Theology at UST Houston, explores how the Catholic Church can understand its role among the nations. 

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  5. Charles Taylor Queried

    Anthony Sciglitano, Seton Hall Associate Professor in Religion, asks whether Catholic theology really has an ally in Charles Taylor.

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  1. Derrida, Politics, and the Little Way

    Michael Altenburger, Notre Dame PhD in Systematic Theology, deconstructs Jacques Derrida's (non-)commitments to theology.

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  1. We're Not Mystics

    Chase Padusniak, PhD candidate in Princeton's English Department, deepens Rahner’s line on mysticism.

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  2. You Gotta Confront Who You Are!

    Travis Lacy, ND PhD Candidate in Systematic Theology, confronts the unsettling reality of monastic prayer.

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  1. The Cry of the Earth in Pan-Amazonia

    Lucas Briola, Assistant Theology Professor at Saint Vincent College, unearths striking CST developments in a pre-synod document on the Pan-Amazonian region.

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  1. Protestant Fiction Needs the Catholic Imagination

    Jessica Hooten Wilson, Associate Professor of Literature and Creative Writing at John Brown University, shares some ideas on how to improve Protestant fiction. 

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  2. The Empty Exalted Cross's Paradoxical Power

    Andrea Peecher, ND MTS student, draws on ancient sources to explain the meaning of the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross.

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  3. Discernment for the Postmodern Condition

    William Watson, SJ, director of the Sacred Story Institute, explains how discernment can help us navigate an age of cultural meltdown. 

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  4. What Is the Catholic Imagination?

    Michael Murphy, Director of the Hank Center at Loyola University Chicago, invites you to reexamine a hotly debated notion. 

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  5. Once Upon a Time of Violence

    David Griffith, writer and educator, ponders the ties between real and on-screen violence with the help of Tarantino's latest film.

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  6. The Hazards of Online Faith-Writing

    Amy Welborn, author of over two dozen books on Catholic spirituality, warns about the dangers of burnout in faith-writing.

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  7. JP2's Labor on Marx

    Angela Franks, Professor of Theology at St. John's Seminary in Boston, demonstrates how the pope critiqued and developed Marx's theory of labor.

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  8. Our New World Without Kith or Kin

    Scott Beauchamp, author of the forthcoming "Did You Kill Anyone?," breaks down the Second Demographic Transition's plague of lonely deaths.

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  9. Atheism's Lessons for Theists

    Terence Sweeney, Villanova doctoral candidate in Philosophy, shows how atheism can resposition belief.

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  10. A Brief Theology of the As If

    Philipp W. Rosemann, Chair of Philosophy at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, presents a novel Ratzingerian approach to the faith.

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