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May 21, 2024

Remembering in Ordinary Time

On Memorial Day last year, an acquaintance of mine visited a parish not my own and brought home a church bulletin. I glanced through it and […]
May 7, 2024

Reclaiming Natural Beauty in Consumption

By IHE Scholar Beatriz Lopez Bonetti Most agree that beauty has something to do with symmetry, order, and pattern. When we encounter a nature scene that […]
April 23, 2024

Synderesis, Conscientia, and Human Rights

On Wednesday, April 10, students gathered to engage with the work of Fr. Kevin Flannery, SJ, professor of the history of ancient philosophy at the Pontifical […]
April 16, 2024

The Wonder of Ordinary Time

By Lucia A. Silecchia By now, the eclipse glasses have been put away. The photos of the April 8 nature show have all been posted to […]
April 10, 2024

Population Trends and Human Rights

The M.A. students met with Nick Eberstadt, an expert in demographics, economic development, and international security, who holds the Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy at […]
April 3, 2024

Justice and Almsgiving

What do justice and almsgiving demand with respect to wealth? Justice is not only about what others owe to us but also what we owe to […]

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