October 2018

What Is Integralism Today?

Edmund Waldstein, O.Cist., a monk of Stift Heiligenkreuz, provides the essential background to the renewed integralism debate among Catholics.

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Why Is Faith Dead Without Works?

Addison Hodges Hart, author, theologian, and priest, uses the Book of James to judge the dichotomy between faith and works.

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A Defense of Devil Costumes

Justin Shaun Coyle, Boston College PhD candidate in systematics, looks to ancient traditions of mocking the devil to defend devilish Halloween costumes.

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The Roman Church as Casta Meretrix

Gary A. Anderson, ND Hesburgh Professor of Theology, discusses the applicability of a certain biblical metaphor and its reception history to the abuse crisis.

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Salvation: More Than a Cliché?

Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Emeritus and theologian, asks whether in our times the word "salvation" has been emptied out of all meaning.

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A Quasi-Defense of Gallicanism

Shaun Blanchard, Assistant Professor of Theology at Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University, takes a critical look at the legacy of Gallicanism.


Joseph Ratzinger Is Not a Platonist

Timothy P. O’Malley, Director of the ND Center for Liturgy, read's Benedict XVI conception of God as interrupting history rather than escaping into eternity.

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A Defense of Ultramontanism Contra Gallicanism

Taylor Patrick O'Neill, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Mount Mercy University, critiques abuses of the term "ultramontanism."

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