Donald Sterling’s personal racism is only a small part of a systemic issue. So is our reaction.
A new fire seems to be catching, one giving Christians the courage to grow and mature in their faith.
Ryan Duns, SJ describes his teaching bag of tricks.
A good teacher needs to know when to improvise from the lesson plan. Taking a lesson from his own musical background, Ryan Duns looks at Pope Francis’ often off-the-cuff style.
Ryan Duns, after the bombing at the Boston Marathon yesterday, wonders what to make of our “was just…” reactions.
Ryan Duns turns to the children’s classic “The Velveteen Rabbit, or How Toys Become Real” to learn how our sawdust hearts can continue to love our ragged, broken Church into reality.
First time at college? Don’t worry, Ryan Duns has been there three times before. His advice will help you avoid some rookie mistakes.
In the fifth and final letter to a young atheist, Ryan Duns talks about listening to a God about whom human beings can say little.
According to Mr. Duns St. Thomas is guilty of repeatedly punching holes in the map of creation. His 4th letter to a young atheist explains.