Lightning rod Harvard professor Adrian Vermeule proposes a more substantive solidarity.
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Adam, Christ, and the Tiger King
In this strangest of Easter seasons, what do “Tiger King” and the resurrection of Christ have in common?
Is God Punishing Us?
“I can’t but help think God is punishing us,” my 87-year old great aunt from Rhode Island recently said to me over the phone. I was listening to her thick New England accent as we discussed a world shaken and upended by the Coronavirus. She then reminded me that in 10...
Music Videos on YouTube Have Helped My Prayer During This Pandemic
If you’re anything like me, you might be spending more time than usual on YouTube. In light of COVID-19, the way I watch has changed, and videos with music have been a source of joy and hope in these trying times.
The Coronavirus Isn’t Everywhere. God is.
The Coronavirus seems omnipresent, but only God truly is.
What Do We Do Without Sports?
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted our daily lives in so many ways. Virtually all live sports have been postponed. How do we fans and athletes hold onto our love for the games?
A Religious’ Letter to Quarantined Catholics
When Church doors are closed to laity and the sacraments aren’t available, it can appear as if the Catholic Church has stopped doing what it was meant to do. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, a Jesuit religious reflects on the Church which is still working and is still very much alive.
Facing Death and Finding Hope in Light of COVID-19
The outbreak of COVID-19 has reminded the world, young and old alike, that we will face our own death someday. For many of us, this fear has never been more immediate. But the mystery of our Christian faith tells us that death doesn’t have the final word. How can our faith help us to find hope even amid the fear and anxiety of the current pandemic?
When I’m Social Distancing I Need Christ: Resources to Finding God During the Coronavirus Pandemic
In this moment of our history, the places where people would seek solace, tenderness and mercy, those doors have been closed. All for the safety of the community, indeed, and yet the void of these sacred spaces is quite felt.
Contemplation in Quarantine
This is a time where people should develop an attitude of contemplation. How can we take a “long, loving, look at the real,” during the COVID-19 pandemic?