(RNS) — I can forgive sins of weakness, but I am not ready to forgive Theodore McCarrick, Vanier, Harvey Weinstein and other men who are alleged to have abused their power to prey on the vulnerable.
(RNS) — You don’t always need classes run by Zen masters. Reading the right books at the right times can provide essential solace and guidance.
NEW YORK (RNS) — Even in an expensive city that breeds unusual living arrangements, this is not your average New York roommate situation.
(The Conversation) — Once censured by a papal decree, Meister Eckhart, a 14th-century Dominican friar famous for his sermons on the direct experience of God, is again finding popular appeal.
WASHINGTON (RNS) It is time for the Catholic Church in America to restore Thomas Merton to his rightful place as an exemplar of Catholic faith.
(RNS) While he’s widely admired for his autobiographical writing about contemplative prayer and meditation, Merton’s work on racial justice is less well-known.
A new documentary follows the last year of Merton's life, including conflicts with his abbot, his meetings with the Dalai Lama, and his untimely death at age 53.
A new study shows iTunes Radio users want a "lean back" listening experience. But can overusing this app be spiritually damaging?
(RNS) The screenplay for "The Divine Comedy of Thomas Merton" is an epic tale of spiritual, emotional, and cultural transformation in the 1960s. And, yes, it is a love story.
In thinking about this unique time in LDS history, I'm reminded of the surge in vocations among American Catholics just after World War II.