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A Church That ‘spends Time With The Future’: The Synod Of Bishops On Young People, Faith And Vocational Discernment-January 2019

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The World of Almodóvar

By: Virgilio Fantuzzi, SJ

Julieta (Emma Suarez) lives in Madrid with her daughter Antia (Blanca Pares). Both suffer in silence over the loss of Xoan (Daniel Grao), father of Antia and husband of Julieta. But sometimes pain divides people, instead of uniting them. On the day Antia turns eighteen years old, she abandons her mother without giving her any explanation. Julieta starts searching for Antia by all means available, but the only thing she manages to discover is how little she knows about her...

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Mysticism Without God

By: Giovanni Cucci, SJ

“Mysticism presents itself as the space where a speculative study of religious facts meets the need to live religious experience in the milieu of the advanced secularism of western society.”1 The men and women of our secularized society still live under the action and sign of rasonnierende ffenlichkeit (public reasoning) of Kantian memory, which makes the truth the result of a rational, discursive and collective work of the whole of humanity. This does not mean that this culture of formal...

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A Conversation with Cardinal Schonborn on ‘Amoris Laetitia’

By: Antonio Spadaro, SJ

Pope Francis launched the year of “Amoris Laetitia Family” in March 2021 to celebrate  the fifth anniversary of the publication of Pope Francis’ post-synodal Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris laetita.  Here at La Civiltà Cattolica, English Edition this conversation with Cardinal Christoph Schonborn from March 2017 is now available free of charge to all visitors. When conversing with the Archbishop of Vienna, Cardinal Christoph Schonborn, a space for calm and attentive reflection is created. Personifying lucidity of thought and spiritual depth, he follows...

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Features of a Sustainability Science

By: Pedro Walpole, SJ

In 2020 the success or failure of the twenty-first meeting of the Commission of Parties of the United Nations (COP21 Paris) will be remembered as it gave the responsibility to each nation to go home and review commitments.[1] Over 110 countries signed up to the Nationally Determined Contributions scheme.[2] The year 2015 was also notable for a retake on human needs and action to address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) released in New York.[3] Not tangential to these events and...

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The Election of Donald Trump

By: Thomas J. Reese, SJ

Surprise and astonishment was the almost universal response to the results of the presidential election in the United States. Practically all the experts were wrong in predicting that Hillary Clinton would be the next president of the United States. Why were the polls and pundits wrong? Why did Donald Trump win? What does this say about the future of American politics? What difference will a Trump presidency make? What will be the role of the Church in the next four...

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The Posting of Luther’s 95 Theses: History or Legend

By: Giancarlo Pani SJ

The Protestant Reformation began five hundred years ago, on October 31, 1517. According to historiographical accounts, on that day, the eve of the Feast of All Saints, Martin Luther, a young Augustinian professor of the convent at Wittenberg, is said to have nailed his 95 Theses on indulgences to the door of the castle church.[1] This event is only attested to in a single document, redacted by Melanchthon in 1546, several months after the death of the reformer: “Luther wrote...

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