Sisters in Doing the Truth: Dorothy Day and St. Thérèse of LisieuxPeter Casarella
Reintroducing Virgil Michel: Towards a Counter-Tradition of Catholic Social Ethics in the United StatesMichael J. Baxter
The Spirituality of St. Thérèse of Lisieux as Seen in Her PoetryJames A. Wiseman
None Greater Born of a Woman: The Theological Figure of John the BaptistLawrence D. Goodall
Modernity, Postmodernity, and the Problem of AtheismDavid L. Schindler
"Instead of accepting the challenge of secularization, a lot of Catholic culture preferred to retreat behind defensive lines. Theology should have entered into serious discussion with art, even in its nihilistic aspects."
At the moment when his work is born, the artist is always a forgiven man, whether he is aware of it or not. —William Congdon