- Cynthia Haven on Czesław Miłosz's Californian life.
- Kate Soper on a humane standard of living.
- Angela Alaimo O'Donnell on why Dante matters to readers and writers.
- Jordan Wales on the prejudices built into artificial intelligence.
- Kevin Kambo on John Henry Newman, consistency, and deification.
You Can Have Your Tylenol Too: A Note on the Objections of Some Catholics to Using COVID-19 VaccinesBrett Salkeld on the wide use of HEK 293 line to test everyday products.
- Kathryn Price on the life and work of Dorothy Garrod.
- Joshua Whitfield on Wes Anderson and the spiritual dimensions of cinema.
- William Johnston on the history of recent liturgical reforms.
Guilt, Responsibility, and Purgatory: How Traditional Catholic Teaching Can Help Us Think About Truth, Reconciliation, and ReparationsBrett Salkeld on theological lenses for thinking about residential schools.
- Paul Mariani on the life and work Allen Mandelbaum.
- Stephen Okey on the pope's challenge to the world.
- John Wu on traditional Chinese humanism and Christian spirituality.
- Ulrich Lehner on a major figure of the Catholic Enlightenment.
- Fritz Bauerschmidt on the preambles of faith.
- Charles Scribner III on Christ in the House of Mary and Martha.
- John Cavadini on holy influences.
- Stephen Gregg, OCist on hell and other people.
- Rachel Coleman on compassion and virtues let loose.
- Brendan Case on Thomism and intuiting God.