Vol. 80, No. 2
Why teach theology?
An interview with Susan Ross
The college classroom is an ideal place to put church teachings to the test, says this longtime theology professor. And conversations that emerge are a valuable learning experience for all students—regardless of their faith.
In Galileo’s footsteps
By Michelle Bearden
When Catholic scientists put their faith under the microscope, they often discover some of God’s greatest revelations.
By Father James Keenan, S.J.
Universities teach ethical practices for seemingly every field but their own. Maybe it’s time for a new course on the ethics of higher ed.
By Tanya Katerí Hernández
Catholic universities have an obligation to take action to ensure admissions don’t exclude diversity.
Proud to be a cafeteria Catholic
By Isabella R. Moyer
The church has a vast menu of teachings, so what’s wrong with choosing which ones best suit your taste? In Feedback, readers pick out pros and cons of cafeteria Catholicism.
Poem: Nests are so brave and awkward
By Brian Doyle
Wise Guides: From West to East
By Father Francisco Carin, C.M.F.
Jesuit pioneer Matteo Ricci paved the way for Christian spirituality in China.
(Essays, short stories, and poems may not be available online.)
You May Be Right (Letters to the Editor)
Signs of the Times (News)
Catholic Tastes (Humor)
At Home with Our Faith (Family spirituality)
Eye of the Beholder (Art meditation)
Glad You Asked: Can Catholics be cremated?
The Examined Life: Unfinished business
By Father Bryan Massingale
Margin Notes: A lethal mix
By Kevin Clarke
Culture in Context: A study in black and white
By Danny Duncan Collum
Testaments: Hope for Monday mornings
By Alice Camille
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