On the illusion of self-salvation
A stint among Catholic Workers, a pathway into joy
Baseball cards reveal a timely truth: innocence endures
When you see an Antichrist climbing toward heaven, look out. Then look in.
Living grace lingers—for now
Cormac McCarthy inspires a consequential question: What is the worth of holy awe?
Can you win a showdown with the issues of the day using only the written word?
Cold, dark, and lonely places beckon. Why?
Water sings. You can, too!
In which a young man discovers that the brain was not made to live in a silo
Are our capacities for perception up for what reality demands?
A time to listen
In the lives of great writers we touch divinity and face humanity
Certitude and cynicism alike bow to wonder—at least every now and then
Lazy evil underpins society just as much as active evil. Why do we forget?