Articles » Catholic Imagination

  1. The City Is Sick

    John Panteleimon Manoussakis on contagion in the literary works of Sophocles and Camus.

    Charles Jalabert Oedipus And Antigone At Thebes 1842

  2. A Protestant Integralist?

    Peter Leithart recalls the life and thought of John Williamson Nevin.  

    Cranmer

  3. Nature Mediating Grace

    Mike Aquilina goes on pilgrimage with Ken Garcia. 

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  4. 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. 

    Filippo Lippi Jerome Gregory

  5. 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. 

    Pope Calvin Luther

  6. What Is the Catholic Imagination?

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

    Catholic Imagination

  7. Golden Beauty Lies Sometimes

    Anne Carpenter, Assistant Professor of Theology at St. Mary’s College, critiques the Baroque Catholic imagination through the history of race.

    Caravaggio Young Sick Bacchus

  8. Must Catholics Hate Hegel?

    Jordan Daniel Wood & Justin Shaun Coyle, translators of Schelling's Philosophy of Revelation, rebut the claim that Hegel's philosophy ruined German Catholicism.

    Hegel By Kugler

  9. Met Gala: Catholicism Broken but Shining

    Anne Carpenter, Assistant Professor of Theology at Saint Mary’s College (CA), goes deeper into the Met Gala than knee-jerk gushing or hating.

    Heavenly Bodies Fashion And The Catholic Imagination