21st January 2021
Grace in time and place
David Lonsdale is inspired by T.S. Eliot to think that the circumstances in which we are living are offering us a particular grace and suggests an Ignatian way of praying will help us to receive it.
14th January 2021
Peacebuilding and Catholic Social Teaching
In this admirable, meticulous and creative book, Theodora Hawksley is concerned with reading Catholic Social Teaching so that it embraces a theology and spirituality which can better resource communities.
11th January 2021
The Church becoming synodal, part 2: The preferential option for the poor and the way forward
Cardinal Michael Czerny SJ considers how a synodal framework for relating to the gospel supports a preferential option for the poor.
6th January 2021
The Church becoming synodal, part 1: Lumen gentium and the inverted pyramid
Synodality grounds, shapes and empowers both the life of the Church and the witness and service it is called to render to the human family’, writes Cardinal Michael Czerny SJ – but what does the term really mean?
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