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.
Anyone who has ever watched someone they love suffer can relate to the Virgin of Sorrows. It is not only that the sacred has been made real, but the reality of our own lives has been made present.
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.
James Hanvey SJ explores some of the issues that must be considered if we are to become responsible producers and discerning users of the media.
James Hanvey SJ explores the growing popularity of ‘fantasy epics’ and what this tells us about the challenge of communicating the Gospel in a culture that has become disenchanted with Christianity.
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