It’s Augustine’s feast day! I sometimes joke that I’m the only Catholic feminist in the world who likes Paul, but I think there are at least a few more of us out there — possibly? […]
Millennials at Work: A New Hope for Catholic Social Teaching
By Conor Kelly Five years ago yesterday, Pope Benedict XVI officially signed the most recent social teaching encyclical, Caritas in Veritate. This fact is itself significant because Caritas in Veritate would be seven years old […]
Teaching and Discipleship: Work of Faith, Labor of Love, and Endurance in Hope
I was recently asked to facilitate a retreat for a local Catholic high school’s faculty. Honored and humbled by the request, I began brainstorming potential themes that would inspire and refocus them as they begin […]
This Labor Day weekend, the barn that stood as the monument to my family’s farm is being torn down. Built in 1870 with solid oak beams and wooden trenails, it served for generations by sheltering […]
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