Facing the end of life can stir up anxiety, uncertainty, and fear for those who are dying, their caregivers, and their friends and family.
First in Florence, now in Rome, since 1877 the Quaracchi Friars publish the results of research on the Franciscan intellectual and spiritual tradition.
The last months of isolation and quarantine have given us a heightened sense of the relationship between identity and worship.
Paralyzed as we are by our own “uselessness,” the quarantine has exposed—to the raw nerve—this dehumanizing relation we all have to our own lives.
Practical theology, monastic life, spiritual guidance, and leadership theory: an interpretation.