By David Hein • Theology and the Arts (1966) by David Baily Harned will soon be available once again.
Essays & Reviews
Matthew S.C. Olver: “On this day, in Simone Weil’s wonderful phrase, ‘God’s Quest for Man has come to its inevitable conclusion.’”
By Justyn Terry • Books by Kevin Giles and Romano Guardini offer rich reflections on the person of Jesus Christ.
Bart Ehrman is the bane of traditionalists, the champion of skeptics, and almost always wrong.
Holy Week is series of liturgical experiences that walk us through the final week of Jesus’ life.
Review by Clint Wilson • The film Son of God commendably alights on the Johannine motif of Jesus as a heavenly Son.
After five years in the ecumenical field, Sarah Hinlicky Wilson takes ecumenism more seriously.
By Christopher A. Beeley • Graduates remember Rowan Greer for his devotion to his students, his deep erudition, and his great sense of humor.
By D. Stuart Dunnan • The priest as schoolmaster is a person of faith and Christian conviction engaged in “the world” as it now exists around us.
By George Sumner • Artists — and priests — are odd. They are meant to look at the same world as everyone else, but from a particular slant.