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Review of Millennial Nuns: Reflections on Living a Spiritual Life in a World of Social Media

2022-02-23T15:30:15+00:00Feb 23, 2022|Categories: Art & Essays|Tags: |

By the Daughters of St. Paul. New York, NY: Tiller Press, 2021. Pp. 240; $19.99. Juliet Mousseau, RSCJ, is the Vice President of Academic Affairs at the Franciscan School of Theology. She completed her doctorate in historical theology at Saint Louis University in 2006. After teaching at Saint [...]

Advent 2021 – Biblical Bookshelf, Part 2

2021-12-03T16:26:11+00:00Dec 3, 2021|Categories: Art & Essays|

Review for Religious is pleased to offer a new essay format: group book reviews on a single topic. We select topics which may be of interest to religious but are not specifically about religious life. For our inaugural bookshelf, biblical scholar Sr. Joan Cook, SC reviews a broad sampling [...]

Advent 2021 – Biblical Bookshelf, Part 1

2021-12-03T16:26:59+00:00Dec 1, 2021|Categories: Art & Essays|

Review for Religious is pleased to offer a new essay format: group book reviews on a single topic. We select topics which may be of interest to religious but are not specifically about religious life. For our inaugural bookshelf, biblical scholar Sr. Joan Cook, SC reviews a broad sampling [...]

Synodality and the Eucharistic Congress: Who Needs to be at the Table? Whom Might I Bring?

2021-12-20T18:50:12+00:00Nov 30, 2021|Categories: Art & Essays|Tags: |

In this essay, Br. Patrick Sean Moffett, CFC reflects on the recent plans from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops for a Eucharistic Congress, asking whether there is an opportunity for synodality and the Congress to synthesize in an unexpected way.  Click here to download a copy of [...]

Continuing Formation for Safeguarding

2021-11-05T13:32:25+00:00Nov 4, 2021|Categories: Art & Essays|

This essay, revised from a talk presented at the Conference of Major Superiors of Men's Safeguarding Workshop on October 25, 2021, explores the need for continuing formation in safeguarding. It encourages a renewed embrace of the vocation of consecrated life, a commitment to creating safe communities free from harassment [...]

Teaching Faith, Science, and Reason

2021-10-25T13:36:33+00:00Oct 25, 2021|Categories: Art & Essays|

Br. Sam Amos, FMS examines the meaning of science in the life of his high school students, arguing that their very interest in science and respect for its authority is an opportunity for theology teachers and ministers. The questions science and technology raise in the 21st century require answers [...]

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