Through Mary we receive and understand the grace of God in a special way - 'we see the truth of God's promises fulfilled'. How can we be attentive to this all year round?
Morgan Spurlock’s 2004 film Super Size Me does showcase the sin of gluttony, argues James Hanvey SJ, but not necessarily on the part of the consumer.
Theologian James Hanvey SJ offers a powerful critique of our current social and economic climate as he explores the meaning and potential of the Big Society from the perspective of Catholic Social Teaching.
‘What Ignatius gives us is not a theory, but a theology that is lived and experienced.’ James Hanvey exposes the theological vision manifested in the Spiritual Exercises and in Ignatius’s life.
‘The name we give to God, The Trinity, marks the depth and height of the Christian knowledge and experience of who God is.’ James Hanvey SJ considers how we might begin to think and speak about the loving relationship between Father, Son and Spirit into which we ourselves are welcomed
James Hanvey SJ invites us to enter into the mystery and strangeness of the Resurrection to recognise God's love coming to meet us in the person of the Risen Christ.
James Hanvey SJ discusses key pieces from an extraordinary exhibition of Spanish religious art from the seventeenth century that came to the The National Gallery in 2010.
James Hanvey SJ describes how the life of a priest is shaped by the relationships to which he is committed yet characterised by his mysterious surrender to the life of the Church.
James Hanvey SJ reflects on how our understanding of Christian theology can offer some insight as we try to work out the values that ought to govern our use of ever-developing media.
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