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Article Index

Article Index

Sewell
Elizabeth
The Death of the Imagination
154-92
Constas
Nicholas
Icons and the Imagination
114-27
Hans Urs
Von Balthasar
Image-Filled and Imageless Contemplation
111-13
Jordan
Michael C.
Imagination and Transfiguration
145-53
Gordley
James
Law...and the Imagination?
128-36
Ker
Ian
Newman on Imagination and Religious Belief
96-110
Nichols
Aidan
Sketch for Christological Aesthetics
40-59
Fitzgerald
Sally
Sources and Resources: The Catholic Imagination of Flannery O' Connor
78-95
Scott
Nathan A.
Theology, Poetics, Psychotherapy--The Field of the Imagination: Some Reflections on the Legacy of William F. Lynch, SJ
60-77
Schwartz
Joseph
To Imagine Realistically
19-39
Langan
Janine
Truth, Justice, and the Modern Imagination: A Reflection Launched by Elizabeth Sewell's "Death of the Imagination"
193-209
Briel
Don J.
Wanted: A Ground for the Imagination
137-44
Zycinski
Jozef M.
Evolution and Christian Thought in Dialog according to the Teaching of John Paul II
13-27
Carozza
Paolo G.
The Universal Common Good and the Authority of International Law
28-55
Cunningham
Lawrence S.
Francis of Assisi as a Catholic Saint
56-71
Schlueter
Nathan
The Virtue of "Lying": Recovering the "Saving Beauty" of Plato's Poetic Vision
72-107
Jackson
Timothy F.
The Role of the Holy Spirit in Gerard Manley Hopkins's Poetry
109-26
Hermida
J. Ranilo B.
Simone Weil: A Sense of God
127-44
Salter
David
Anthony Van Dyck's St. Sebastian: Reimagining the Death of a Martyr
145-63
Mullins
Maire
"Deeper Down in the Domain of Human Hearts": Hope in Isak Dinesen's Babette's Feast
16-37
McInerny
Daniel
Sloth: The Besetting Sin of the Age?
38-61
Hodgson
Peter E.
Quantum Mechanics and its Interpretations
62-78
Howard
H. Wendell
Gounod's Faust: Opera of Redemption
79-92
Purcell
William F.
The Gospel According to Barbara Kingsolver: Brother Fowles and St. Francis of Assisi in The Poisonwood Bible
93-116
Levering
Matthew
Knowing What is "Natural": Thomas Aquinas and Luke Timothy Johnson on Romans 1-2
117-142
Ventresca
Robert A.
"A Plague of Perverse Opinions": Leo XIII's Aeterni patris and the Catholic Encounter with Modernity
143-168
Leo XIII
Aeterni patris: On the Restoration of Christian Philosophy
169-192
Lee
Tahirih V.
Addiction, Suffering, and Healing: A Christian Perspective on the Self-Help Movement
105-26
Garcia
J.L.A.
Are Some People Better Off Dead? A Reflection
68-81
Hallman
Joseph M.
Can God Suffer?
153-75
Menssen
Sandra
Evil, God, and the Agnostic Inquirer
127-52
Schroth
Raymond A.
A Fordham Year of Death and Life
82-104
Reilly
Patrick
The Heirs of Vanni Fucci: Malice in Modern Fiction
11-30
Stoeber
Michael
Hell, Divine Love, and Divine Justice
176-99
Dolan
John M.
Judging Someone Better Off Dead
48-67
Bush
William
The Martyrdom of the Sixteen Carmelites of Compiegne: A Christian Crowning of the Philosophers' Century
200-21
Schwartz
Joseph
The Theology of History in T. S. Eliot's Four Quartets
31-47
Robinette
Brian D.
Heraclitean Nature and the Comfort of the Resurrection: Theology in an Open Space
13-38
Topping
Ryan N. S.
The Divine Comedy and Four Lessons in the Catholic Moral Tradition
39-55
Evangelist
Caery
Imaginative Inventions: A Purposive Account of Literature in Response to Nicholas Boyle
55-73
Stuart
Joseph T.
Christopher Dawson and the Idea of Progress
74-91
Enright
Nancy
C. S. Lewis's Till We Have Faces and the Transformation of Love
92-115
Moran
Daniel
The Man Who Was Thursday: Chesterton’s Duel with the Fin de Siècle
116-144
O'Connell
Patrick F.
"Leisure to Make Rhymes": St. Thomas More as English Poet, Part Two
145-168
Deavel
David Paul
Iron Hardness, Surpassing Sweetnes: Newman as Preacher
169-179
Newman
Blessed John Henry
Sermon 23. Love, the One Thing Needful
180-190
Graney
Christopher M.
A True Demonstration: Bellarmine and the Stars as Evidence Against Earth's Motion in the Early Seventeenth Century
69-85
Martin
Ralph
A New Pentacost? Catholic Theology and "Baptism in the Spirit"
17-43
Gaffney
James
Just War: Catholicism's Contribution to International Law
44-68
Giemza
Bryan A.
Joel Chandler Harris, Catholic
86-103
Henry
Douglas V.
Hope's Promise for Christians in the Not Yet and In Between
104-132
Lemna
Keith
Human Ecology, Environmental Ecology, and a Ressourcement Theology: Caritas in Veritate in the Light of Philip Sherrard's Theandric Anthropology
133-154
O'Connell
Patrick F.
"Leisure to Make Rhymes": St. Thomas More as English Poet, Part One
155-176
McInerny
Daniel
Poetic Knowledge and Cultural Renewal
17-35
Hütter
Reinhard
The University's Cutting Edge--Source of Its Flatness, Or: Reclaiming the University's Third Dimension
36-56
Wallenfang
Donald L.
Awaken, O Spirit: The Vocation of Becoming in the Work of Edith Stein
57-74
Link
Christopher A.
Bad Priests and the Valor of Pity: Shusaku Endo and Graham Greene on the Paradoxes of Christian Virtue
75-96
Graney
Christopher M.
The Work of the Best and Greatest Artist: A Forgotten Story of Religion, Science, and Stars in the Copernican Revolution
97-124
Casanova
Carlos A.
The Influence of Christianity on the Spanish Conquest of America and the Organization of the Spanish-American Empire
125-144
Monson
Paul G.
"Sub signis visibilibus": Visual Theology in Trent's Decrees on the Eucharist
145-158
Morrow
Jeffrey
Work as Worship in the Garden and the Workshop: Genesis 1-3, the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, and Liturgical Hermeneutics
159-178
Hill
Darci
"Rhym[ing] thee to good": Didacticism and Delight in Herbert's "The Church Porch"
179-209
Gawronski
Raymond
The Beauty of the Cross: The Theological Aesthetics of Hans Urs von Balthasar
185-206
Martinez
Ronald L.
Dante between Hope and Despair: The Tradition of Lamentations in the Divine Comedy
45-76
Lemmons
R. Mary Hayden
Equality, Gender, and John Paul II
111-30
Seay
Scott D.
For the Defense and Beauty of the Catholic Faith: The Rise of Neo-Scholasticism among European Catholic Intellectuals, 1824-1879
131-46
Deavel
Catherine Jack
From a Logical Point of View, Response to John Paul II
216-20
Freddoso
Alfred J.
From a Logical Point of View, Response to John Paul II
213-15
Haldane
John
From a Logical Point of View, Response to John Paul II
224-28
Wynn
Mark
From a Logical Point of View, Response to John Paul II
221-23
Weigel
George
The Just War Tradition and the World after September 11
13-44
Pereira
Jose
Thomism and the Magisterium: From Aeterni Patris to Veritatis Splendor
147-84
Murphy
William F.
Toward a Narrative of Truth and Freedom
77-110
Menssen
Sandra
Introduction to From a Logical Point of View: John Paul II, Excerpt from Letter to Artists
207-09
Meconi
David Vincent
The Christian Cento and the Evangelization of Christian Culture
109-32
Enright
Nancy
Dante and the Scandals of a Beloved Church
17-36
Owens
John F.
Dissenting from Reality: The Denials of Evil
133-49
Meyer
Ben F.
Election-Historical Thinking in Romans 9-11, and Ourselves
171-81
Martens
John W.
Introduction to Ben F. Meyer's "Election-Historical Thinking in Romans 9-11, and Ourselves"
150-70
Wendorf
Thomas A.
Mystical Experience in Ron Hansen's Mariette in Ecstasy and Mark Salzman's Lying Awake
37-64
Whiting
Jenifer
The Recognition of Faith in the Poetry of Tomas Transtromer
65-79
Langiulli
Nino
Two Cheers for Existentialism
92-108
Mahoney
Timothy A.
Understanding the Christian Apophaticism of St. John of the Cross
80-91
Hammond
David M.
Death, Medicine, and Religious Solidarity in Martin Scorsese's Bringing Out the Dead
109-23
Marcin
Raymond B.
Gandhi and Justice
17-30
Floyd
Shawn D.
How to Cure Self-Deception: An Augustinian Remedy
60-86
Ruddy
Deborah Wallace
The Humble God: Healer, Mediator, and Sacrifice
87-108
Shivanandan
Mary
Person as Substantive Relation and Reproductive Technologies: Biblical and Philosophical Foundations
124-56
Haldane
John
Sentiments of Reason and Aspirations of the Soul
31-46
Cessario
Romanus
Sex, Lies, and Freud
47-59
Blum
Christopher O.
Art and Politics in the Sainte-Chapelle of Paris
13-31
Von Hildebrand
Dietrich
Beauty in the Light of the Redemption
78-92
Hodgson
Peter E.
The Christian Origin of Science
138-59
Garcia
J.L.A
A Note on Religious Assent and Dissent
160-77
Hubbard
J. Macoubrey
On Liberal Education
178-200
Silano
Giulio
On Piety and History: Monsignor Giuseppe De Luca and the Proud Humility of Erudition
117-37
Nash-Marshall
Siobhan
On the Fate of Nations
32-65
Malsbary
Gerald
Pietas and the Origins of Western Culture
93-116
Jordan
Michael C.
The Theological Axiology of Dietrich von Hildebrand
66-77
Pius XII
Pope
The Anniversary of Rerum Novarum
156-69
Krasevac
Edward
Between the Scylla and Charybdis of Fact and Faith: A Theological Relfection on the Relation of Christian Faith to Gospel History
109-23
Grabowski
John S.
Called to Holiness: Spirituality for Families in Light of Ecclesia in America
75-95
Deavel
Catherine Jack
Character, Choice, and Harry Potter
49-64
Thompson
Christopher J.
Choosing Sex: Freedom, Deliberation, and Natural Family Planning
96-108
Kennedy
Robert G.
Introduction to Pope Pius XII's Radio Message: The Anniversary of Rerum Novarum
152-55
Weaver
Wendy A.
Journeys toward Hope: The Quest of Delbanco's The Real American Dream in the Autobiographical Writings of Anne Lamott and Kathleen Norris
124-34
Torre
Michael
The Portrait of Evil in The Lord of the Rings: Reflections Personal, Literary, and Theological
65-74
Nisley
L. Lamar
A Sacramental Science Project in Tim Gatreaux's "Resistance"
135-51
Elshtain
Jean Bethke
Work and Its Meaning
15-24
Schultze
George E.
Work, Worship, Laborem Exercens and the United States Today
25-48
Jeffreys
Derek S.
Eliminating All Empathy: Personalism and the "War on Terror"
16-44
Denny
Christopher D.
Greek Tragedies: From Myths to Sacraments?
45-71
Schall
James V.
Chesterton: The Real "Heretic": "The Outstanding Eccentricity of the Peculiar Sect Called Roman Catholics"
72-86
Allen
Prudence
Man-Woman Complementarity: The Catholic Inspiration
87-108
Dombrowski
Daniel A.
"All for the Greater Glory of God": Was St. Ignatius Irrational?
109-17
Cole
Basil
The Role of the Fine Arts in the Spiritual Life
118-33
Brennan
Michael G.
Graham Greene's Catholic Conversion: The Early Writings (1923-29) and The Man Within
134-57
Nichols
Terence
Understanding the Creator from the Things That Are Made
156-175
Toner
Christopher
"Militia vel Malitia": How Can the Military Contribute to a Just Society?
121-132
McDonagh
Philip
Uncovering the Sources of Creation: Pope Benedict XVI on Hope
96-120
Colston
Ken
Macbeth and the Tragedy of Sin
60-95
Sherwin
Michael S.
Happiness and Its Discontents
35-59
Blum
Christopher O.
The Historian and His Tools in the Workshop of Wisdom
15-34
Weinady, OFM, CAP
Thomas G.
Reason, Faith, and Obedience
133-155
Gawronski
Raymond
California Coming Home
44-59
Carozza
Paolo
The Catholic Church, Human Rights, and Democracy: Covergence and Conflict with the Modern State
15-43
Mitchell
Philip Irving
"Recession and Thickness Through": The Debate over Nature and Grace in David Jones's Roman Poetry and Painting
60-89
Turkson
Cardinal Peter K. A.
Caritas in Veritate: Good News for Society
90-108
Pak
Pyong-Gwan
The Relevance of Mystical Spirituality in the Context of Today's "Spirituality Phenomenon"
109-129
Crowe
Marian
Catholicism and Metaphor: The Catholic Fiction of David Lodge
130-160
Erb
Heather M.
The Varieties of Wisdom and the Consolation of Philosophy
161-189
Nemoianu
Virgil
The Church and the Secular Establishment: A Philosophical Dialog between Joseph Ratzinger and Jurgen Habermas
16-42
Foley
Michael P.
Plato, Christianity, and the Cinematic Craft of Andrew Niccol
43-67
Craft-Fairchild
Catherine
Do We Remember? The Catholic Church and the Holocaust
68-106
Howard
H. Wendell
Roman Catholicism in the Oscar Wilde-R-Ness
107-28
Sweeney
Kathleen Curran
The Perfection of Women as Maternal and the Anthropology of Karol Wojtyla
129-153
Manganiello
Dominic
The Beauty that Saves: Brideshead Revisited as a Counter-Portrait of the Artist
154-70
Ker
Ian
The Dickensian Catholicism of G. K. Chesterton
171-84
Chesterton
G. K.
The Great Dickens Characters
185-97
Driscoll
Jeremy
The Correspondence of Thomas Merton and Czeslaw Milosz: Monasticism and Society in Dialogue
17-48
Pursell
Brennan C.
The Historical Theory of Benedict XVI
49-67
Chamberlain
Leo
A Catholic Eton? Newman's Oratory School: Paul Shrimpton's Book and Catholic Education Then and Now
68-85
Beiting
Christopher
The Divine Irruption in Gene Wolf's The Book of the Long Sun
86-104
Dool
John
Predestination, Freedom, and the Logic of Love
105-125
Sandelands
Lloyd E.
Christmas Thoughts on Business Education
126-155
Drefcinski
Shane E.
The Superficial Sophistication of Moral Relativism
156-173
Polkinghorne
John
Can a Scientist Pray?
9-27
Scott
Christina
The Meaning of the Millennium: The Ideas of Christopher Dawson
65-83
Schall
James V.
On Education and Salvation
50-63
Schumacher
Michele M.
The Prophetic Vocation of Women and the Order of Love
147-192
Cervantes
Fernando
Progress and Tradition: Christopher Dawson and Contemporary Thought
84-108
Wilken
Robert Louis
Prudentius: The First Christian Poet
29-49
Duncan
Roger
Singing and Thinking: Gregorian Chant and Thomistic Philosophy
109-17
Conniff
Brian
Talking Ghosts, Living Traditions: Political Violence, Catholicism, and Seamus Heaney's "Station Island"
118-145
Cunneen
Sally
Big Enough for God: The Fiction of Sara Maitland
122-35
Newman
John Henry Cardinal
Biglietto Speech
170-74
Romagosa
Alfredo
The Carolingian Renaissance and Christian Humanism
136-49
Spiller
Leroy
George Orwell's Anti-Catholicism
150-63
Ker
Ian
Introduction to John Henry Cardinal Newman's Biglietto Speech
164-69
Pruss
Alexander R.
Not Out of Lust but in Accordance with Truth: Theological and Philosophical Reflections on Sexuality and Reality
51-80
Wright
Terrence C.
Phenomenology and the Moral Imagination
104-21
Weinandy
Thomas G.
St. Irenaeus and the Imago Dei: The Importance of Being Human
15-34
Carozza
Paolo G.
"They are our brothers, and Christ gave His life for them": The Catholic Tradition and the Idea of Human Rights in Latin America
81-103
Elshtain
Jean Bethke
Women and the Dilemma of Equality
35-50
Blum
Christopher O.
Vezelay: The Mountain of the Lord
141-64
Von Hildebrand
Alice
Aristotle: The Philosopher
112-22
Verstraeten
Johan
Catholic Social Thought as Discernment
94-111
Katongole
Emmanuel M.
Christianity, Tribalism, and the Rwandan Genocide
67-93
Murray
Paul
The Fourth Friend: Poetry in a Time of Affliction
19-39
Melina
Livio
The Fullness of Christian Action: Beyond Moralism and Antimoralism
123-40
Ossewaarde
Marinus
Tocqueville's Christian Citizen
40-66
Fiala
Andrew
Citizenship, Epistemology and the Just War Theory
100-17
Joncas
Jan Michael
Image of the Invisible God: Visual Artworks as Theological Texts
30-53
Crosby
John Henry
Introduction to Dietrich von Hildebrand's Mozart
165-88
Scheske
Eric J.
Orestes Brownson: His Life, His Catholicism
137-64
O'Leary
Peter
Reversion and the Turning Thither: Writing Religious Poerty and the Case of Frank Samperi
54-85
Marchese
Ronald T.
Sacred Textiles: The Hidden Wonders of the Armenian Orthodox Church Collections of Istanbul
86-99
Tsakanikas
Matthew
Understanding Marriage through Holy Communion: Rediscovering the Essential Meaning of Sexual Love
118-36
Schall
James V.
"The Whole Risk for a Human Being": On the Insuffiency of Apollo
14-29
Von Hildebrand
Dietrich
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
189-212
Williams
Thomas D.
Beyond Distributive Justice
90-101
Uelman
Amelia J.
Chiara Lubich: A Life for Unity
52-64
Block
Edwin
Drama and Religious Experience, or Why Theater Still Matters
65-89
Desmond
John F.
Flannery O'Connor and Simone Weil: A Question of Sympathy
102-16
Hodgson
Peter E.
Galileo the Theologian
28-51
Rhonheimer
Martin
Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ": A Plea for Fairness
13-27
Cahall
Perry J.
The Proper Order of Conjugal Love: The Relevance of St. Augustine's Insights
117-28
Morrison
Molly
Strange Miracles: A Study of the Peculiar Healings of St. Maria Maddalena de' Pazzi
129-44
Brower
Jeffrey E.
Understanding the Trinity
145-57
Smith
L. Scott
Religion Interfacing with Law and Politics: Three Tired Ideas in the Jurisprudence of Religion
14-28
Von Hildebrand
Alice
Platonism: An Atrium to Christianity
29-37
Harold
James A.
The Importance of Unity and Intelligibility: Reconciling Philosophy, the Sciences, and our Lived Experience
38-56
Howard
H. Wendell
Handel's Messiah in Dublin
57-68
George
Marie I.
ET Meets Jesus Christ: A Hostile Encounter between Science and Religion?
69-94
Gueguen, Jr.
John A.
Stanley Parry: Teacher and Prophet
95-112
Rhodes
James M.
Gerhart Niemeyer: Seeker for the Way
113-25
Niemeyer
Gerhart
What Price "Natural Law"?
126-42
Niemeyer
Gerhart
The New Need for the Catholic University
143-56
Pitt
David
Incarnation and Eschaton in Olivier Messiaen's Le Verbe
15-37
Simon
Yves R.
The Doctrinal Issue Between the Church and Democracy
132-164
Nicgorski
Walter
An Introduction to Yves R. Simon's "The Doctrinal Issue Between the Church and Democracy"
122-132
Di Pede
Robert
Luigi Giussani on the Notion of Christian Friendship
91-121
Johnston
Susan
Harry Potter, Eucatastrophe, and Christian Hope
66-90
Murray
Paul
Aquinas at Prayer: The Interior Life of a "Mystic on Campus"
38-65
Jones
Frank L.
"The High Priest of Deterrence": Sir Michael Quinlan, Nuclear Weapons, and the Just War Tradition
14-42
Morrison
Molly
St. Catherine of Siena and the Spectacle of Public Execution
43-55
Duncan
Roger
Catholic Substance in The Golden Bowl
56-86
Toma
Daniel P.
A Dionysian/Thomistic Framework for the Integration of Science and Catholic Tradition
87-113
Collins
Peter M.
Philosophy in Blessed John Paul II's Catholic University: An Antidote to Relativistic Secularism
114-125
Gavin
John
Becoming an Exemplar for God: Three Early Interpretations of Forgiveness in the Lord's Prayer
126-146
Peterson
Erik
What Is Man?
164-173
Hollerich
Michael
"Existence in Christ": Erik Peterson and the Postar Crisis of Humanism
147-163
Charles
J. Daryl
Pacifists, Patriots, or Both?: Second Thoughts on Pre-Constantinian Early-Christian Attitudes Toward Soldiering and War
17-55
Bequette
John P.
Sulpicius Severus's Life of St. Martin: The Saint and His Biographer as Agents of Cultural Transformation
56-78
Howard
H. Wendell
Browning, Blougram, and Belief
79-93
Greene
Dana
Denise Levertov: Poet and Pilgrim
94-108
Raiger
Michael
The Place of the Self in C. S. Lewis's The Great Divorce: A Marriage of the "Two Lewises"
109-131
Ditty
Jayna L.
Keeping Faith: Evolution and Theology
132-153
Redmond
Walter
Edith Stein on Evolution
153-176
Candler, Jr.
Peter M.
The Serpent of Heresy
177-198
Rolnick
Philip A.
Keeping Faith: Evolution and Theology
132-153
Carnes
Natalie
Making, Breaking, Loving, and Hating Images: Prelude to a Theology of Iconoclasm
17-34
Foote
David
History, Secularity, and the Problem of Catholic Seeing
35-62
Murray
Paul
Aquinas on Poetry and Theology
63-72
Donnelly
Jerome
Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilych: Satire, Religion, and the Criticism of Denial
73-98
Valenzuela-Vermehren
Luis
Vitoria, Humanism, and the School of Salamanca in Early Sixteenth-Century Spain: A Heuristic Overview
99-125
Sullivan
Ezra
Non Nisi Te, Domine: Dietrich von Hildebrand, Germain Grisez, and the Saints on Man’s Ultimate End
126-143
Hebert
L. Joseph
Be Still and See: Leisure, Labor, and Human Dignity in Josef Pieper and Blessed John Paul II
144-159
Lehman
Jeffrey
“As I read, I was set on fire”: On the Psalms in Augustine’s Confessions
160-184
Heft
James L.
Catholic Multiculturalism: An Oxymoron?
12-30
Wellisch
Robert B.
The Church in America: From Immigration Through Assimilation to Confusion/Opportunity
155-65
Turek
Margaret M.
Dare We Hope "That All Men Be Saved" (1 Tim 2:4): On von Balthasar's Trinitarian Grounds for Christian Hope
92-121
Schenk
Richard
The Epoche of Factical Damnation: On the Costs of Bracketing Out the Likelihood of Final Loss
122-154
Marzec
Marcia Smith
Mr. Head's Journey to the Cross: Character, Structure, and Meaning in O' Connor's "The Artificial Nigger"
51-68
Healy
Nicholas J.
On Hope, Heaven, and Hell
80-91
Bellah
Robert N.
Professions Under Siege: Can Ethical Autonomy Survive
31-50
Maguire
Roberta
"Proofs of God's Existence": Walker Percy, Jacques Maritain, and the Problem of Symbol in The Moviegoer
69-79
Iglesias
Teresa
Bedrock Truths and the Dignity of the Individual
114-34
Arinze
Francis A.
The Church and Interreligious Dialogue
156-77
Bush
William
Georges Bernanos's Monsieur Ouine: The "Great Novel" of the "Greatest Novelist of His Time"
76-97
Kennedy
Arthur L.
Homily Preached at the Mass of Christian Burial for Sally Fitzgerald
196-201
Whitehouse
J.C.
Men, Women, God and So Forth
54-75
Katongole
Emmanuel
Prospects of Ecclesia in Africa in the Twenty-First Century
178-95
Zagzebski
Linda Trinkaus
Religious Diversity and Social Responsibility
135-55
Mizingou
Jeannine
Robert Lax: Poet, Pilgrim, Prophet
98-113
Bosco
Mark
Seeing the Glory: Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory through the Lens of Hans von Balthasar's Theological Aesthetics
34-53
Schwartz
Adam
Swords of Honor: The Revival of Orthodox Christianity in Twentieth-Century Britain
11-33
Mansini
Guy
Apologetics, Evil, and the New Testament
152-68
Smith
Michael A.
Beyond Fideism and Antirationalism: Some Reflections on Fides et Ratio
112-21
George
Francis Cardinal
Catholic Faith and the Secular Academy
73-90
Fields
Stephen
Catholicism and Academic Freedom: Authorities in Conflict?
91-111
Dunne
Tad
College and the Christian Vision
122-32
Kennedy
Thomas D.
Curiosity and the Integrated Self: A Postmodern Vice
33-54
Martin
Dennis D.
Give and Take in Grail-Quest, Gawain, and Roman Missal: Why Perceval Just Doesn't Get It
169-203
Janssen
Jacques
Modulating the Silence: The Magic of Gregorian Chant
55-72
Fey
William
Taking Seriously Our Bodily Being
133-51
Murray
Paul
The Task of Happiness: A Reflection on Human Suffering and Christian Joy
11-32
Marcin
Raymond B.
The City of Babel: Yesterday and Today
120-30
Fairchild
Daniel R.
Economic Efficiency, Growth, and the Catholic Vision of Economic Justice
100-19
Coles
Robert
Flannery O'Connor's Pilgrimage
27-40
Sherwin
Michael S.
Four Challenges for Moral Theology in the New Century
13-26
Coulter
Gregory R.
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Mill
164-70
Garcia
Laura L.
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Mill
171-72
Reitan
Eric
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Mill
178-86
Shea
Peter
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Mill
173-77
Weinandy
Thomas G.
Huckleberry Finn and the Adventures of God
41-62
Drefcinski
Shane D.
Is Hypocrisy Always a Vice?
151-160
Spiegel
James S.
The Moral Irony of Humility
131-50
Mill
John Stuart
Excerpt from On Liberty (1869), Ch. V: Applications
164-65
Beabout
Gregory R.
Socially Responsible Investing: An Application of Catholic Social Thought
63-99
Barnes
Gordon P.
Introduction to From a Logical Point of View
161-163
Gregory
Brad S.
"A Harvest of Holiness": The Theology of Danielle Rose's Mysteries
15-34
Driscoll
Jeremy
"Inheritor": A Poem by Czeslaw Milosz
35-46
Kass
Thomas
Morbid Melancholy, the Imagination, and Samuel Johnson's Sermons
47-63
Reidy
James
Newman as a Master of the Spirit
64-85
Charles
J. Daryl
Between Pacifism and Crusade: Justice and Neighbor Love in the Just-War Tradition
86-123
Ventresca
Robert A.
Recovering from the Past, Rediscovering History: The Problem of Memory and the Promise of History in Catholic Culture
124-57
Savage
Deborah
Introduction to Dorothy L. Sayers's "Are Women Human?" from Unpopular Opinions: Twenty-One Essays
158-64
Sayers
Dorothy L.
Are Women Human?
165-78
Echeverria
Eduardo J.
Authenticity and Christian Personalism
97-117
Patton
Corrine
Catholic and Feminist: We Are Called to Be Both--A Response to Elizabeth Fox Genovese
27-38
Zycinski
Joseph M.
Catholicism in the Dialogue with Contemporary Culture according to Fides et Ratio
49-67
Reitan
Eric
Christianity and Partisan Politics
82-96
Pannier
Russell
Decision Theory and Life Choices
155-181
MacKenzie
Raymond N.
Selling Dreams: Catholicism and the Business Communicator
118-137
Wegemer
Gerard
Why Would a Christian Participate in Civic Life? The Case of Thomas More
68-81
Cortright
S. A.
A Social Property Ethic for the Corporation in Light of Catholic Social Thought
138-154
Fox-Genovese
Elizabeth
Catholic and Feminist: Can One Be Both?
11-26
Fox-Genovese
Elizabeth
Response to Corrine L. Patton
39-48
Dawson
Christopher
America and the Secularization of Modern Culture: The Smith History Lecture 1960
23-34
Tarrago
Rafael E.
The Americans in Two Works of the Enlightenment
76-86
Shivanandan
Mary
Body Narratives: Language of Truth?
166-93
Miller
Paula Jean
The Body: Science, Theology, and Humanae Vitae
154-65
Caldecott
Stratford
The Final Mystery
87-108
Russello
Gerald J.
Introduction to Christopher Dawson, "America and the Secularization of Modern Culture"
11-22
Duncan
Roger
The Little Flower and the New Evangelization
109-123
Derske
Wil
Listening and Responding: Benedictine Spirituality in Non-Monastic Contexts
194-213
Alexander
Michael
Shakespeare's Catholicism? or "You would pluck out the heart of my mystery."
35-49
Schumacher
Michele Marie
Therese, Woman in the Church
124-53
Olson
Glenn W.
Why and How to Study the "Middle Ages"
50-75
McDonagh
Philip
The Unity of Love: Reflections on the First Encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI
16-31
Enright
Nancy
Dante's Divine Comedy, Augustine's Confessions, and the Redemption of Beauty
32-55
Curtright
Travis
Shakespearean Personalism
56-79
Ferry
Leonard D.G.
Floors Without Foundations: Ignatieff and Rorty on Human Rights
80-105
Gotia
Andrei
God's Image: The Betrayer and the Betrayed in Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory
106-115
Deavel
David Paul
An Odd Couple? A First Glance at Chesterton and Newman
116-35
Beaty
Michael D.
Protestant Free Church Christians and Gaudium et Spes
136-65
Gregory
Brad S.
Science Versus Religion? The Insights and Oversights of the “New Atheists”
17-55
Savino
Sr. Damien Marie
Atheistic Science: The Only Option?
56-73
Muldoon
Tim
The Boutique and the Gallery: An Apologia for a Catholic Intellectual Tradition in the Academy
74-96
Lovett
Sean Patrick
An Interview with Artist Breda Catherine Ennis
97-114
Williams
Thomas D.
The Church and Economic Development: The Legacy of Populorum progressio after Forty Years
115-132
Dinan
Andrew
Manual Labor in the Life and Thought of St. Basil the Great
122-157
Wood
Ralph C.
Hospitality as the Gift Greater than Tolerance: G. K. Chesterton's The Ball and the Cross
158-185
Oleson
Christopher
Rortian Irony and the Humility of Right Reason
13-49
Urbano
Ryan
Approaching the Divine: Levinas on God, Religion, Idolatry, Atheism
50-81
Oakes
Edward T.
Christology and Time: Prolegomena to Any Future Apocalytpic
82-112
Kemp
Kenneth W.
A Biographical Sketch
113-114
Heller
Michael
The Philosophical Vision of Józef Zycinski
115-133
Carroll
William E.
Cosmology and Creation: From Hawking to Aquinas in Memory of Józef Zycinski
134-149
Sloan
Phillip R.
Being Human and Christian in a Darwinian World: An Appreciation of Józef Zycinski
150-177
Hansen
Ron
Art and Religion: Hopkins and Bridges
78-96
Tarrago
Rafael E.
Bloody Bess: The Persecution of Catholics in Elizabethan England
117-33
Berkman
John
The Consumption of Animals and the Catholic Tradition
174-90
O'Boyle
Edward J.
Getting the Hard-Core Concepts of Economics Right
147-73
Torre
Michael
Greene's Saints: The Whiskey Priest, Scobie, and Sarah
63-77
Ruddy
Christopher
Heroism, Hospitality, and Holiness: Generational Perspectives on the Church-World Relationship
45-62
Olsen
Glenn W.
Humansim: The Struggle to Possess a Word
97-116
Henry
Patrick
Madeleine Dreyfus, Jewish Activity, Righteous Jews
134-46
Frank
William A.
Western Irreligion and Resources for Culture in Catholic Religion
17-44
Bruhn
Siglund
Traces of a Thomistic De musica in the Compositions of Olivier Messiaen
16-56
McCormack
Elissa
Inclusivism in the Fiction of C. S. Lewis: The Case of Emeth
57-73
Marc
Guerra
Christianity and Contemporary Political Life
74-93
Hermida
J. Ranilo
The Resurgence of Religion in the Advent of Postmodernity
94-110
Miner
Robert
Pascal on the Uses of Scepticism
111-122
Radzilowski
Paul
Glory and the Historian: Some Propositions
123-146
Cessario
Romanis
Love, Friendship, and Beauty: On the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of a Magisterial Document about Religious life and the Apostolate
147-163
Heffernan Schindler
Jeanne
Democracy and Tradition: A Catholic Alternative to American Pragmatism
17-49
Schwartz
Adam
Conceiving a Culture of Life in a Century of Bones: G. K. Chesterton and Malcolm Muggeridge as Social Critics
50-76
DeVille
Adam J.
Alasdair MacIntyre and Edith Stein: Apophatic Theologians?
77-90
Shah
Bruno M.
A Silent Echo of Hope: An Evangelical Lection of E. M. Forster's A Passage to India
91-125
Rosenberg
Randall S.
The Drama of Scripture: Reading Patristic Biblical Hermeneutics through Lonergan's Reflections on Art
126-148
Ker
Ian
Is Dignitatis Humanae a Case of Authentic Doctrinal Development?
149-157
Dougherty
Jude P.
Maritain in Context: A Selection from Man and the State
158-162
Maritain
Jacques
The People and the State
163-187
Lusvardi
Anthony
The Law of Conscience: Catholic Teaching on Conscience from Leo XIII to John Paul II
13-41
De Koninck
Thomas
Metaphysics and Ultimate Questions
42-63
Maskulak
Marian
Edith Stein: A Proponent of Human Community and a Voice for Social Change
64-83
Cessario
Romanus
The Grace St. Dominic Brings to the World: A Fresh Look at Dominican Spirituality
84-100
Fleischaker
David
The Place of Modern Scientific Research in the University According to John Henry Newman
101-117
Schulz
Joshua
Indissoluble Marriage: A Defense
118-137
Kennedy
Arthur
Christopher Dawson's Influence on Bernard Lonergan's Project of "Introducing History into Theology"
138-164
Colston
Ken
King Lear and the Catholic Drama of Three Households and Four Loves
15-55
Oakes
Edward T.
Lab Life: Vitalism, Promethean Science, and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
56-77
Blum
Christopher O.
The Promise of Newman's Collegiate Ideal
78-98
Salter
David
Remembering the Catholic Middle Ages: The Fransiscans, English National Identity, and William Hogarth's The Roast Beef of Old England
99-123
De Brasi
Richard
An Empirical Critique of Empiricism
124-163
Daigle
Jennifer Lynn
The Mouth of a Labyrinth: Beauty's Invitation to a New Violence
164-178
Sweeney
Terence
Against Ideology: Gabriel Marcel's Philosophy of Vocation
179-203
Burns
Timothy W.
John Courtney Murray, Religious Liberty, and Modernity, Part I: Inalienable Natural Rights
13-38
Napier
Stephen
St. Ambrose, Euthanasia,and Antisenescence Arguments: Death as a Good?
39-57
Meconi
David Vincent
Two Apostles of Loneliness: Caryll Houselander and Catherine Doherty on the Mystical Body of Christ
58-76
Olsen
Glenn W.
Toward a Postmodern Christian Historical Hermeneutic
77-99
Kucharski
Paul
Thomas Aquinas, Josef Seifert, and the Metaphysics of Respecting Persons
100-117
O’Boyle
Edward J.
Blessed John Paul II on Social Mortgage: Origins, Questions, and Norms
118-135
McDermid
Douglas
Anselm on Immortality and Love: Reading Monologion 68–70
136-156
Howard
Wendell
Profane and Sacred
14-30
Staudt
R. Jared
"Religion and Culture" and "Faith and the Renewal of Society" in Christopher Dawson and Pope Benedict XVI
31-69
Smith Jr.
Richard Upsher
"Behold a Pale Horse": Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta and the Experience of Nothingness
70-82
Haile
Beth K.
Virtuous Meat Consumption: A Virtue Ethics Defense of an Omnivorous Way of Life
83-100
Millare
Roland
The Sacred Is Still Beautiful: The Liturgical and Theological Aesthetics of Pope Benedict XVI
101-125
Desmond
John F.
The Confessions of Walker Percy
126-150
Hren
Joshua
Truth and Lies in a Chestertonian Sense: Father Brown and the Fault of the Depraved Saint
151-163
Blum
Christopher O.
A New Heart: Jacques-Bénigne Bousset on Conversion
164-170
Bossuet
Jacques-Bénigne
For the Profession of Madame de La Vallière
171-189
Ohan
Christopher
A Christian Remedy in a Climate of Fear: Francesco Bernadone, the War with Perugia, and Conversion
16-34
Desmond
John F.
Flannery O'Connor, Simone Weil, Writing, and the Crucifixion
35-52
Oakes
Edward T.
Hamlet and the Reformation: The Prince of Denmark as "Young Man Luther"
53-78
Schenk, OP
Richard
Vatican II and Jacques Maritain: Resources for the Future? Approaching the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Council
79-106
Jacobs
James. M.
The Inherent Limitations on Human Freedom
107-131
Kriegel
Jill
A Case Against Natural Magic: Shakespeare's Friar Laurence as Romeo and Juliet's Near-Tragic Hero
132-145
Curran Sweeney
Kathleen
Forgetting the Begetting: Why the Abortion Question is Fundamental
146-159
Labrie
Ross
Asceticism in the Writings of Thomas Merton
160-181
Curtright
Travis
Thomas More on Humor
13-35
Rhein
Jacob D.
How Dawson Read The City Of God
36-62
Rosenberg
Randall S.
The Human Quest and Divine Disclosure according to Walker Percy: An Examination in Light of Lonergan
63-89
Knight
Christopher J.
"Between the Hither and the Farther Shore": Penelope Fitzgerald's Offshore
90-114
Shea
C. Michael
Fallen Nature and Infinite Desire: A Study of Love, Artifice, and Transcendence in Joris-Karl Huysmans's A rebours and Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray
115-139
Hubbard
J.M.
De Koninck on the Philosophy of Nature
140-145
DeKoninck
Charles
The Unity and Diversity of Natural Science
146-171
De Koninck
Charles
The Universe: Desire for Thought, Translated by J.M. Hubbard
172-184
Zanotti
Gabriel J.
Economy and Culture in the Thought of John Paul II
76-89
Crosby
John F.
The Estrangement of Persons from Their Bodies
125-39
Dulles
Avery
John Paul II as a Theologian of Culture
19-33
Krolikowski
Januz
"My Homeland and My Nation": The Theology of the Nation in the Teaching of John Paul II During His First Visit to Poland (June 2-10, 1979)
56-75
Cessario
Romanus
On Bad Actions, Good Intentions, and Loving God: Three Much-Misunderstood Issues About the Happy Life That St. Thomas Clarifies for Us
100-24
Komonchak
Joseph
Preparing for the New Millennium
34-55
Garcia
Laura
The Primacy of Persons: Edith Stein and John Paul II
90-99
Dailey
Thomas F.
Believing in Baseball: The Religious Power of Our National Pastime
63-83
Zycinski
Joseph M.
Between Mathematics and Transcendence: The Search for the Spiritual Dimension of Scientific Discovery
38-45
Manning
H. E.
Christ Preached in Any Way a Cause of Joy
151-66
Weigel
George
The Church's Social Doctrine in The Twenty-First Century
15-37
Rapley
Elizabeth
Feeding the Hungry, Caring for the Poor in an Affluent Society: The Shepherds of Good Hope of Ottawa, 1983-1991
134-45
Pereiro
James
Introduction to Cardinal H.E. Manning's "Christ Preached in Any Way a Cause of Joy"
146-50
Ciliotta-Rubery
Andrea
An Opposing Worldview: Transient Morality in Shakespeare's Measure for Measure and Machiavelli's Mandragola
84-107
Garcia
J.L.A.
Some Mortal Questions: On Justice Scalia and the Death Penalty
125-33
Kang
Soo Yun
A Spiritual Interpretation of the Vernacular: The Literary Sources of Georges Rouault
108-24
Hundersmarck
Lawrence F.
The Use of Imagination, Emotion, and the Will in a Medieval Classic: The Meditaciones Vite Christi
46-62
Vogel
Jeffrey A.
The Unselfing Activity of the Holy Spirit in the Theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar
16-34
Barron
Robert
Augustine’s Questions: Why the Augustinian Theology of God Matters Today
35-54
Keating
Michael
The Strange Case of the Self-Dwarfing Man: Modernity, Magnanimity, and Thomas Aquinas
55-76
Rivera
Mary Anne
Jubilee: A Magazine of the Church and Her People, Toward a Vatican II Ecclesiology
77-103
Wilk
Rafal Kazimierz
On Human Being: A Dispute between Edith Stein and Martin Heidegger
104-19
Guarino
Thomas G.
The God of Philosophy and of the Bible: Theological Reflections on Regensburg
120-30
Zucchi
John
Luigi Giussani, the Church, and Youth in the 1950s: A Judgment Born of an Experience
131-50
Giussani
Luigi
Open Christianity
151-66
Barad
Judith
Aquinas and the Role of Anger in Social Reform
124-44
Howard
H. Wendell
Chippewa and Catholic Beliefs in the Work of Louise Erdrich
110-23
Oben
Freda Mary
Good and Evil in the Life and Work of Edith Stein
177-96
Ullman
Pierre
Hypothesis Regarding the Religious and Mathematical Bases of Western Civilization
145-76
Mauer
Armand A.
Introduction to Etienne Gilson
12-19
May
William F.
The Religious Underpinnings of the Marketplace
37-58
Van Thuan
Francis Xavier Nguyen
The Social Message of the Jubilee
37-58
Gilson
Etienne
The Terrors of the Year Two Thousand
20-36
Anderson
Gary A.
What is Man that Thou Hast Mentioned Him? Psalm 8 and the Nature of the Human Person
80-92
Langan
Janine
Why Read Dostoevsky?
93-109
Pannier
Russell
Aquinas on the Ultimate End of Human Existence
169-94
Gleason
Philip
The Catholic Church in American Public Life in the Twentieth Century
85-99
Hollenbach
David
Catholics as Citizens: Pastoral Challenges and Opportunities
57-69
Baxter
Michael J.
Following Jesus at the Job Fair
15-33
Schindler
David L.
Homelessness and the Modern Condition: The Family, Evangelization, and the Global Economy
34-56
Hidalgo
Vilma
Is the U.S. Economic Embargo on Cuba Morally Defensible?
100-20
Novak
Michael
A Letter to Roberto
70-84
Novak
Patrick F.
Thomas Merton's Vision of the Kingdom
195-216
Haldane
John
Thomistic Ethics in America
150-168
Patten
Catherine
What is the Role of Catholics in the Public Arena?: An Introduction
9-14
Knasas
John F.X.
Whither the Neo-Thomist Revival?
121-49
Weigel
George
Catholicism and Democracy in the Age of John Paul II
36-64
Harmon
A.G.
"Lawful Deeds": The Entitlements of Marriage in Shakespeare's All's Well That Ends Well
115-42
Collins
Angus P.
"Listening to the Silence": Sound and Religious Belief in Muriel Spark's A Far Cry from Kensington
143-58
Shaffern
Robert W.
Mater et Magistra: Gendered Images and Church Authority in the Thought of Pope Innocent III
65-88
Wojda
Paul J.
On Embryos, Clones, and Catholic Wisdom
185-203
Griffiths
Paul J.
On Garry Wills' Papal Sin
13-35
Block
Ed
Poet, Word, and World: Reality and Transcendence in the Work of Denise Levertov
159-84
Milward
Peter
Shakespeare's Secular Bible: A Modern Commentary
108-14
Cunningham
Agnes
St. Therese: The Mystic and the Renewal of the Christian Tradition
89-107
Atkinson
Gary M.
What Else Could I Do? The Self-Definition of Consequentialists
204-14
Guarino
Thomas G.
The Return of Religion in Europe?: The Postmodern Christianity of Gianni Vattimo
15-36
Majeres
Kevin
Terruwe and Baars's "Mortification Therapy": A Thomistic Approach
37-58
McInerney
Stephen
David Jones's Blessed Rage for Order: The "Will Toward Shape"
59-81
Howard
H. Wendell
Saint Fabiola in Fiction, in History, in Portraiture
82-117
O'Boyle
Edward J.
Social Justice: Addressing the Ambiguity
96-117
Stanford III
Thomas W.
Membership and Its Privileges: The Vision of Family and Community in the Fiction of Wendell Berry
118-130
Hefelfinger
Scott G.
Science, Intelligibility, Creation: How the Doctrine of Creation Unites, Delinieates, and Ennobles Modern Science
131-148
Camarero
Patricia
The Experience of Beauty
149-162
Torre
Michael
Aquinas and the Credibility of God
107-117
Patey
Douglas Lane
Evelyn Waugh's Brideshead Revisited
9-30
Pasnau
Robert
Plotting Augustine's Confessions
77-106
Anatolios
Khaled
Quest, Questions, and Christ in Augustine's Confessions
47-76
Kemp
Kenneth W.
Scientific Method and Appeal to Supernatural Agency: A Christian Case for Modest Methodological Naturalism
165-205
Rupert
Jane
The Theocentric Foundation of John Henry Newman's Philosophy of Education
118-44
Dailey
Thomas  F.
Toward a Culture of Truth: Higher Education and the Thought of Pope John Paul II
145-64
Bellis
George
The White Nun in Rattlebone
31-46
Verstraeten
Johan
Beyond Business Ethics: Leadership, Spirituality, and the Quest for Meaning
17-39
Latkovic
Mark S.
Capital Punishment, Church Teaching, and Morality: What is Pope John Paul II Saying to Catholics in Evangelium Vitae
76-95
Howard
H. Wendell
The Consolation of Beethoven's Missa Solemnis
137-42
Mansini
Guy
Error, Guilt, and the Knowledge of God: Questions About Robert Sokolowski's "Christian Distinction"
116-36
Desmond
John F.
Flannery O'Connor and the Symbol
143-56
Haldane
John
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Nagel
176-83
Menssen
Sandra Lee
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Nagel
163-67
Pannier
Russell
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Nagel
171-75
Torre
Michael D.
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Nagel
168-70
Griffin
Emilie
God of My Daily Routine: Toward a Spirituality of the World
40-58
Nagel
Thomas
An Excerpt from The Last Word
160-63
Keating
James
Religious Piety and Public Catholicism
96-115
Meconi
David Vincent
Silence Proceeding
59-75
Menssen
Sandra Lee
Introduction to "Excerpt from Thomas Nagel's The Last Word"
157-59
Robichaud
Paul
David Jones, Christopher Dawson, and the Meaning of History
68-85
Gawronski
Raymond T.
Desert in the Wasteland: Seeking God at the Edges of North America
144-70
Howell
Kenneth J.
Did the Bulldog Bite the Bishop? An Anglican Bishop, an Agnostic Scientist, and a Roman Pontiff
41-67
Hodgson
Peter E.
Galileo the Scientist
13-40
Katongole
Emmanuel
Kannungu and the Movement for the Restoration of the Ten Commandments of God in Uganda: A Challenge for Christian Social Imagination
108-43
Dierickx
Guido
Religion in a Deliberative Society: What Really Happened to Us in the "Era of Secularization"
86-107
Smith
Thomas W.
Catholic Social Thought and Modern Liberal Democracy
15-48
Fedoryka
Damian P.
The Concept of "Gift" as Hermeneutical Key to the Dignity of the Human Person
49-69
Koerpel
Robert C.
The Form and Drama of the Church: Hans Urs von Balthasar on Mary, Peter, and the Eucharist
70-99
Murphy, Jr.
William F.
A Reading of Aquinas in Support of Veritatis Splendor on the Moral Object
100-26
Meeking
Basil
Celebrating the Liturgy with Pope Benedict XVI
127-48
Howard
H. Wendell
The World of Brother Cadfael
149-62
Aultman-Moore
Lloyd W. J.
Envy and Grace
163-72
Taylor
Jameson
The Acting Person in Purgatory: A Note for Readers of the English Text
77-104
Tate
William
"Something in Us Like the Catbird's Song": Wallace Stevens and Richard Wilbur on the Truth of Poetry
105-123
Olsen
Glenn W.
Christopher Dawson and the Renewal of Catholic Education: the Proposal that Catholic Culture and History, not Philosophy, Should Order the Catholic Curriculum
14-35
Yuengert
Andrew
Two Barriers to Moral Agency in Business Education
36-51
Olsen III
Cyrus P.
Remaining in Christ: A Paradox at the Heart of Hans Urs von Balthasar's Theology
52-76
Levy
Antoine
Great Misinterpretations: Umberto Eco on Joyce and Aquinas
124-163
Jodziewicz
Thomas W.
Peter Maurin and Dorothy Day: Friends
164-177
Reichardt
Mary R.
Catholicism and Literature
200-205
Desmond
John
Closing the Gap: Walker Percy and the Realism-Nomalism Debate
11-29
Crosby
John F.
Conscience and Superego: A Phenomenological Analysis of Their Difference and Relation
178-99
Joncas
Jan Michael
Ex Oriente Vox: Spirituality and Culture in the Music of Arvo Part
66-93
Schwartz
Adam
"I Thought the Church and I Wanted the Same Thing": Opposition to Twentieth-Century Liturgical Change in the Thought of Graham Greene, Christopher Dawson, and David Jones
36-65
Bauer
Margaret D.
Ishmael's Reading of The Great White Whale: A Prophesy of the Second Coming
145-77
Scullin
Kathleen
Reading the Life of Walker Percy
30-35
Howard
H. Wendell
Suor Angelica: Puccini's Catholic Opera
94-103
Henderson
Kathleen Burk
Hera Consciousness: Narrating Strategies in Caroline Gordon's Later Fiction
104-44
Cavanaugh
William T.
Absolute Moral Norms and Human Suffering: An Apocalyptic Reading of Endo's Silence
96-116
Sullivan
Thomas D.
Assisted Suicide and Assisted Torture
77-95
Garcia
J.L.A.
Death and the (Hand)maiden: Contemporary Philosophy in Faith and Reason
11-19
Johnson
Maria Poggi
New Foes and Old Faces: Fiction, Interpretation, and Integrity in Newman and Kingsley
136-66
Henderson
Kathleen Burk
Pity, Fear, and Catharsis: Purging Millennial Fever
136-166
Anscombe
G.E.M.
Practical Truth
68-76
White
Helen
Prayer and Poetry
178-202
Mikolajczak
Michael Allen
"Something Understood": A Familiar Essay on Poetry, Prayer, and Helen C. White
167-77
Rorty
Richard
Rorty v. Searle, At Last: A Debate
20-67
Kwasniewski
Peter A.
Anton Bruckner, Sacred Tonality, and Parsifal's Redemption: Spiritual Enfleshment and the Musical Via Poisitiva
17-55
Long
R. James
Aquinas and Franciscan Nature Mysticism
56-64
Briel
Don
A Conversation with Patrick Pye
89-106
Kedjierski
Walter F.
Evangelizing Buddhists through the Cross
165-77
Crowe
Marian E.
In the Bleak Midwinter: Advent in Alice Thomas Ellis's The Birds of the Air
107-29
Stein
Edith
The Interiority of the Soul
183-93
Borden
Sarah
Introduction to Edith Stein's "The Interiority of the Soul," from Finite and Eternal Being
178-82
Lindblom
John A.
John C.H. Wu and the Evangelization of China
130-64
Keating
James
A Share in God's Life: Mystical/Liturgical Foundations for a Catholic Morality
65-88
Cessario
Romanus
The Sacred, Religion, and Morality
16-32
Lefler
Nathan
Cruciform Beauty: Revising the Form in Balthasar's Christological Aesthetic
33-55
Murray
Paul
A Man Talking: The Prayer and Poetry of Charles Peguy
56-81
Garcia
J. L. A.
White Nights of the Soul: Christopher Nolan's Insomnia and the Renewal of Moral Reflection in Film
82-117
Howard
H. Wendell
Franz Liszt, Abbe
118-31
Laun
Andreas
Dietrich von Hildebrand's Struggle Against German National Socialism
132-44
Von Hildebrand
Dietrich
The Jews and the Christian West
145-72
Newman
Marsha
Christian Cosmology in Hildegard of Bingen's Illuminations
41-61
Weinandy
Thomas G.
Doing Christian Systematic Theology: Faith, Problems, and Mysteries
120-38
Calcagno
Antonio
Edith Stein: Is the State Responsible for the Immortal Soul of the Person?
62-75
Tkacz
Michael W.
Faith, Science, and the Error of Fideism
139-55
DeYoung
R. Konyndyk
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Rachels
164-68
Gorman
Michael
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Rachels
173-78
Pannier
Russell
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Rachels
179-84
Torre
Michael D.
From a Logical Point of View, Response to Rachels
169-72
Kelly
Thomas M.
An Integrated Theology of Married Love
76-102
Rachels
James
Moral Philosophy as a Subversive Activity: An excerpt from Applied Ethics: A Reader
160-63
Messen
Sandra Lee
Introduction to "From a Logical Point of View"
156-59
Schall
James V.
On the Problem of Philosophic Learning
103-19
Jackson
Robert
Region, Idolatry, and Catholic Irony: Flannery O'Connor's Modest Literary Vision
13-40
Schiltz
Elizabeth R.
Should Bearing the Child Mean Bearing All the Cost? A Catholic Perspective on the Sacrifice of Motherhood and the Common Good
15-33
Garbowski
Christopher
Community and Comedy in Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life
34-47
Danielson
Patrick
Education and the Human Soul
48-63
Gill
Richard
Oikos and Logos: Chesterton’s Vision of Distributism
64-90
Meeking
Basil
Proclaim the Truth through Love: A Comment on Deus Caritas Est
91-104
Mansini
Guy
Doing and Speaking, Created and Uncreated
105-30
Bouchard
Gary M.
The Roman Steps to the Temple: An Examination of the Influence of Robert Southwell, SJ, upon George Herbert
131-50
Block
Ed
Hans Urs von Balthasar and Some Contemporary Catholic Writers
151-78
Colosi
Peter J.
John Paul II and Max Scheler on the Meaning of Suffering
17-32
Thompson
Christopher J.
Beholding the Logos: The Church, the Environment, and the Meaning of Man
33-52
Beckwith
Francis J.
Faith, Reason, and the Christian Univeristy: What Pope John Paul II Can Teach Christian Academics
53-67
Hildebrand
Alice von
Problematic Self-Love
68-90
Staudt
Robert Jared
Christopher Dawson on Theology and the Social Sciences
91-111
Shah
Bruno M.
Pathetic Sacrifice: Christian Love in the Poetry of Mary Karr, as Found in Sinners Welcome
112-132
Woods
Constance
The Sign of Jonah
133-147
Hofer, OP
Andrew
Balthasar's Eschatology on the Intermediate State: The Question of Knowability
148-172
Bosco, SJ
Mark
Georges Bernanos and Francis Poulenc: Catholic Convergences in Dialogues of the Carmelites
17-40
Gitomer
David L.
Dialogues of the Carmelites as Witness: Patterns of Christian Martyrdom in Scripture, History, and the Arts
40-61
McKenna
Andrew J.
Bernanos: Polemicist and Prophet of Our World
62-79
Simon
Yves R.
Personality and Opinion
80-93
Hoyt-O'Connor
Paul
The Human Good and Lonergan's Macroeconomic Dynamics
94-124
Duncan
Roger
Drinks and Dinner with Kierkegaard
125-143
Berry
Bryan
The Cost of John Dryden's Catholicism
144-177