- Apr 10, 2020
Pope Francis said he sees the disruptions caused by the pandemic as an opportunity to reflect on the economy and the way the poor are often ignored or treated “like rescued animals.”
In a new book, former British atheist-turned-Catholic author Sally Read takes people back to the essentials of the faith, exploring the importance of staying open and having a personal relationship with God amid the pressures of a highly divided and often skeptical society.
Elizabeth Klein is an Assistant Professor of Theology at the Augustine Institute in Denver. She spoke to Charles Camosy about her new book, ‘God: What Every Catholic Should Know.’
Following this week’s announcement that the cause for sainthood for celebrated writer Gilbert Keith Chesterton would not go forward in his home diocese, Dale Ahlquist, an expert on the author, said this stall illustrates how difficult it can be to get laypeople to the altar.
The organizers of the 9th annual conference at the Napa Institute call for a greater involvement of the laity beyond political divides.
Father Jeffrey Kirby says his experience reading a 17th century French Jesuit theologian has helped him not only to learn how to better surrender himself to God, but to understand value in the wisdom that spiritual lessons often take time to sink in.