The Offering of St. Ignatius

What is a saint? Why should we give more attention to some believers than others? The disagreement between Protestants on the one hand and Roman Catholics and the Orthodox on […]

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Courage in the Cosmos

“When physicists work on a theory, they are not dealing directly with nature,” writes physicist Giovanni Vignale, “but with an abstract model which they have already decided which aspects of […]

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Tales of Courage and Hope: Black Panther in Middle Earth and Narnia

How do we become good or evil? … All these philosophers are wrong, probably because most of them do not have children. Parents and children know the answer: by example. […]

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Tales of Courage and Hope: Hamilton in Middle Earth and Narnia: Part One

Hey yo, I’m just like my country I’m young scrappy and hungry And I’m not throwing away my shot.[1]   By means of all created things, without exception, the divine […]

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In Page and Film: Visions of Virtue in Harry Potter

Calling Harry Potter a cultural phenomenon is scarcely an exaggeration. Few franchises have been as successful, impactful, and well-loved as the on based around J. K. Rowling’s story about a […]

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