The idea of spending a lifetime with the same person is increasingly surprising when it comes to marriage. The surprise, however, cannot hide our longings.
A review of Poor Things, film by Yorgos Lanthimos.
A review of Jonathan Glazer's film The Zone of Interest.
Blocher dissects the internal structure of Catholic ecclesiology and tries to grasp the connections that legitimize Rome’s high view of itself and its inflated prerogatives.
Suffering is experienced in different ways according to the assumptions that each human being holds. A commentary on the film by Spanish director Juan Antonio Bayona.
The people who walked in darkness, with a leader like Napoleon, remained in darkness.
Large-scale AI systems consume enormous amounts of energy. Yet the material details of those costs remain vague in the social imagination.
Church provides a community that doesn’t disappear when the lights come up, but one that is set to walk with you through life’s joys and hardships.
We live in a peculiar culture – utterly different to the classical world of ancient times, different to undemocratic nations, different to theocracies as well. Why?
“Rapito” was presented at the 2023 Cannes Festival. It tells the true story of Edgardo Mortara, a Jewish boy from Bologna, who was kidnapped from his family in 1858 and taken to a Catholic boarding school by order of the Inquisition court.
Bruce Nicholls gives a rapid overview of the issue of climate change and then concentrates on the Christian response.
If we want a cinema of values, that teaches the world what we believe and how we can respond to the situations we face, we need to support what is out there.
Among the most read, Christian reactions from Ukraine as the Russian invasion unfolded, the trial of a Christian politician in Finland, and the death of the British Queen.
One of the best writers in Spain died recently. His sensitivity and tremendous capacity for observation painted a realistic image of how human beings are.
The World Evangelical Alliance sends a report to the United Nations denouncing “how the Indian government has fostered violence and legal discrimination against religious and social minorities”.
The book provides a searching and honest analysis of the deep challenges faced by the church today, and a clear and hopeful vision for where we go next.
There are many Bible stories that the young people might be aware of around the themes that emerge from the film ‘CODA’.
Francis is a “liquid” pope who is liquifying an institution that has made its rocky and immutable structure a distinctive trait of its identity.
Eucharist has been elevated to a primary identity-marker: practiced, taught, protected, abused, and used for various purposes, including extra-religious ones.
The biography of Columbanus and Robert Schuman, is a unique contribution filling a major gap in literature on the making of Europe.
Evangelical remarks on Catholic S.J. David Meconi’s latest book.
There has been a growing awareness of the need for a journal that could serve Spanish-speaking regions, such as Latin America, Spain, and Equatorial Guinea.
Whoever is elected, the next pope will unlikely be an “evangelical” if the word “evangelical” retains its doctrinal and historical meaning.
Talking about mental health with young people through a glimpse into the early life of of a well-known TV presenter and his struggles with mental health as a teenager.
The road may be long, healing will not be quick. But then comes the encouragement to wait on God, listen to Him, and learn to trust Him again.