Martin Marty on the importance of seeking out stories of human goodness in the darkest days
May 11, 2020
Martin Marty ponders the themes of Apocalypse, (In)Action, and Theodicy in relation to COVID-19
April 13, 2020
Exploring the space between decline and renewal in American Christianity
March 9, 2020
Contemplating religion's role today in predicting and projecting possible futures
February 10, 2020
Are traditional holy days still something more than just any other day?
January 13, 2020
Is anti-Catholicism on the rise once again in the U.S.?
December 9, 2019
Martin Marty reflects on new (and old) advice for changing our habits
November 11, 2019
Martin Marty considers the place of hope in the realm of religion today.
October 14, 2019
“The then-U.S. Office of Education wrote in a 1903 report that the system of Catholic free parochial schools was the most impressive religious fact in the country at that time.” I sighted this quote in a review of Parish School: A History of American...
February 11, 2019
A virtual throwaway line in a recent book review in the New York Review of Books caught my attention and prompted some early-in-the-year reflections on “the times.” Stephen Holmes, in a review of two sage and sane accounts by veterans Francis Fukuyam...