What makes all those Catholics so tenaciously Catholic? The Rev. Robert Barron would say – the Incarnation.
As a Christian living in a mostly Christian country, I’ve never really known how it feels to have one’s faith and its most cherished symbols obliterated by a colonizing force. Until I stepped inside the Hagia Sophia.
Can a religious person be an real artist these days? Can “great” art address matters spiritual in the modern era? Yes and yes, says Gregory Wolfe, editor of Image, a journal of art, faith and mystery.
A review of two new books that explore the confluence of spiritual and environmental concerns, “Holy Ground: A Gathering of Voices on Caring for Creation” from Sierra Club books, and “The Green Bible: Understand the Bible’s Powerful Message for the Earth” from HarperOne.