Like many Christian writers of mystical texts, Bonaventure makes use of landscapes (seas, stars, seraph winds, etc. ) to explore the process of spiritual growth.
This book on water and climate change goes beyond the usual and predictable analyses, by bringing religion and values into a discussion that is often dominated by technocratic solutions.
Preaching before a war may be difficult. But, it is after the war that preachers may be most needed for their prophetic message.
The ethical life used to have numerous windows, which we called the “virtues” – virtues such as courage, honesty, prudence, and justice.
Greyfriars Review was a significant journal published by the Franciscan Institute Press from 1987 to 2006. All the past issues may now be accessed digitally.