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The Public Intellectual as Poet: A Conversation with Margaret Somerville, part I

The Public Intellectual as Poet: A Conversation with Margaret Somerville, part I

September 3 rd 2015 by James K.A. Smith with Margaret Somerville

Stretching the imagination of a secular society.

In the Bodies and Labours of Women
Mortality and the Limits of Medicine

Mortality and the Limits of Medicine

September 1 st 2015 by J. Todd Billings

Why is the experiment of turning dying into a medical experience failing?

The Commons: Death Is Natural

The Commons: Death Is Natural

September 1 st 2015 by Ray Pennings

A culture of life cares for the dying.

Democratizing Community Health

Democratizing Community Health

September 1 st 2015 by Matthew Loftus

Money for health care often bypasses the powerless.

Editorial: Health Beyond the Hospital

Editorial: Health Beyond the Hospital

September 1 st 2015 by James K.A. Smith

Because a healthy social architecture requires healthy citizens

"Healthism" and a Healthy Society: A Conversation with Margaret Somerville, part II

"Healthism" and a Healthy Society: A Conversation with Margaret Somerville, part II

September 1 st 2015 by Margaret Somerville with James K.A. Smith

Stretching the imagination of a secular society.

Public Health and the Common Good

Public Health and the Common Good

October 16 th 2014 by Matthew Loftus

The church speaks out against abortion and euthanasia, but lags in creating a culture that supports the most vulnerable.

Deacons, Church, and World

Deacons, Church, and World

October 9 th 2014 by David Guretzki

Deacons should be permitted to look deeper at the roots of the social issues causing material need.

Building Ethical Bridges in a Secular Age

Building Ethical Bridges in a Secular Age

September 1 st 2014 by Margaret Somerville

Fear of the secular is not helpful or necessary in our religious conversations.

What does rest look like for you this summer?
Hotel Dieu

Hotel Dieu

February 6 th 2014 by Catherine Fraser
A Table in the Wilderness, An Altar on the Farm

A Table in the Wilderness, An Altar on the Farm

January 30 th 2014 by Phillip Jensen

Creation as liturgy.

Health By Numbers

Health By Numbers

January 23 rd 2014 by Bob Cutillo

Are statistics becoming more important than people?

Where Does the World Need Me?

Where Does the World Need Me?

December 27 th 2013 by Aron Zuidhof, Nicole Baker Fulgham & more

An invitation to consider your own pursuits of the good, the true, and the beautiful.