Artur Sebastian Rosman
Artur Sebastian Rosman formerly wrote about religion and the arts at the widely-read Cosmos the in Lost blog. His published work includes six book translations from the Polish, several book chapters, and essays on the Catholic imagination in periodicals such as The Review of Metaphysics, IMAGE Journal, Pressje, and Znak.
- Gabriel Reynolds, Francesca Murphy, Mun'im Sirry, and Tzvi Novick on the importance of minding scripture(s).
- Click here for details about the inaugural Church Life Journal lecture at the University of Notre Dame.
- Artur Rosman, Managing Editor of Church Life Journal, reviews our journal's most-read essays of 2018 and looks forward to 2019.
- Artur Rosman, managing editor of Church Life Journal, on the Marian apparitions at Lourdes and the Catholic resistance to the 19th c. anesthetic revolution.
- Artur Rosman, Managing Editor of Church Life Journal, touches upon the healing possibilities of the most fundamental of the fives senses.
- Artur Rosman, Managing Editor of Church Life Journal - McGrath Institute at University of Notre Dame, offers you the gift of the best readings from 2017.
- Artur Rosman, Managing Editor of Church Life Journal, builds upon Alasdair MacIntyre's economic critique of Catholic higher education.
- Church life must once again become the heart of the Catholic imagination, but the onus of avoiding beauty’s revenge is not entirely upon the artists.
- For the Catholic imagination, the world is fallen but redeemable. It is not parked firmly in either heaven or hell.
- It is commonplace to assume that the imagination is opposed to reality. This is not the prevailing understanding of the imagination in contemporary theory and theology. Let’s start with the following classic rock lyrics to clarify ...