Archbishop Julian explores whether a person can change into someone else, the pressures placed on young people, and viewing who we are as a gracious gift.
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Benjamin Blanchard of SOS Chrétiens d’Orient and Natasha Marsh of Aid to the Church in Need speak on the persecuted Christians of the Middle East in 2017.
Kiara & Luke explore Shusaku Endo’s Silence: the Jesuit spirituality of the novel, and how it can shine a light on our own need for redemption.
Archbishop Julian Porteous discusses the need to return to Jesus’ core teaching in our world today – and what that core teaching is.
Archbishop Julian Porteous discusses the strengths and weaknesses of anti-discrimination law, the problem with “religious exemptions”, and human dignity.
Lorraine and Katherine speak to Mother Marie Pierre of the Tyburn Nuns about the importance of silence and the need to reevaluate our measures of success.
Luke & Kiara discuss Elizabeth Anscombe’s Mr. Truman’s Degree, political realism in World War II and the analogy of pacifism and celibacy.