Monthly Archives: September 2012

Habitable Faith

By Tom Neal, PhD Faith fundamentally opens us to the reality of God’s self-revelation — when we believe, we open ourselves to the inner-secrets that God has revealed to humanity in Christ, just as when we enter into a trusting … Continue reading

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Faith and Family

By Guest Blogger Faye Akers A few weeks ago, my husband and I were invited to dinner with three other couples who attend our parish. All four husbands had attended a silent retreat together over the summer. The retreat director … Continue reading

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Faith and Doubt

By Tom Neal, PhD I am a huge fan of Fr. Ed Oakes, S.J. His writing is clear, intelligent, balanced and faithful, and he has playful wit (proving that one can add umph to one’s argument by artful language sans … Continue reading

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