Author Roderic Hewlett provides insights into how Franciscan reforms can change a market-based economy to one built up to be just and sustainable.
As Christmas approaches, our thoughts often turn to our favorite stories. For Franciscans we easily gravitate to the moving renditions of Francis at Greccio.
Where is the expression of Christian spirituality being recognised as profoundly hopeful, transformative and relevant to everyday people from all walks of life?
The life of Italian saint Clare of Assisi gets a clever feminist reimagining in this biography-cum-epistolary novel by playwright Maraini.
This article in Church Life Journal discusses the two “holy influences” behind Pope Francis’s encyclical letter Laudato si': Francis and Augustine.