Scott Beauchamp, author of the forthcoming "Did You Kill Anyone?," follows the guidance of Simone Weil to come to grips with how reality grasps us.
John Milbank, President of the Centre of Theology and Philosophy, continues his series by surveying the history of natural right.
Peter Andrastek, Senior Consultant for The Evangelical Catholic, outlines the main obstacles to consistently good spiritual direction on the parish level.
Kristen Drahos, Fellow in the Western Heritage Program at Carthage College, considers how Thérèse of Lisieux challenges Walter Benjamin's wreck of history.
Cyril O'Regan, ND Huisking Chair of Theology, argues that the Black Notebooks reveal more about Heidegger's anti-Catholicism than about his anti-Semitism.
Abigail Favale reflects on how motherhood unmasked the myths of abortion for her.
Charles C. Camosy, Life and Dignity Writing Fellow, highlights some very disconcerting facts about the death penalty in the United States.
John Michael Hogue, Su Casa Catholic Worker community member, looks back at the polarization that followed the canonizations of Sts. Romero and Paul VI.
Artur Rosman, Managing Editor of Church Life Journal, reviews our journal's most-read essays of 2018 and looks forward to 2019.