Posted by DigestAdmin on Dec 19, 2014
Entering into the Mystery of Incarnation is the theme of our December 2014 issue of Theologika Digest. What does incarnation mean? Why does the incarnation matter? How do we celebrate this reality? What are ways we can respond to incarnate love?
Posted by DigestAdmin on Oct 24, 2014
Called to Be Holy is the theme of the October 2014 issue of Theologika Digest. Dr. Barbara Winston and her work with spiritual direction in the English-speaking and Spanish-speaking communities is profiled. Articles include reflections on “The Little Way” of St. Therese of Lisieux, what it means to be holy, praying with the Church through the Liturgy of the Hours, Pope Francis’ thoughts on the call to holiness (en español también), a Find-the-Saints word search puzzle, and a recipe for Soul Cakes to celebrate All Saints Day and/or All Souls Day.
Posted by DigestAdmin on Sep 6, 2014
Theologika Digest’s September 2014 issue takes “Called to Community” as its theme, looking at the Church as community in its foundation and its living in faith. Articles feature Fr. David Heney and his University adult education program, artist John Nava’s Communion of Saints tapestries, Cardinal Avery Dulles’ models of the Church, Henri Nouwen on friendship, a Church Leadership crossword puzzle, inspiration from Vatican II, Native American celebration of liturgy, and more.
Posted by DigestAdmin on Aug 1, 2014
The August 2014 issue of Theologika Digest takes the theme of vocation as a sacred calling from God, a “worthy dream”, as its focus. The vocations of hospital chaplain, consecrated member of a religious community, student of arts and sciences, composer, and prophet of social justice are offered as examples of this divine call. The invitation to enter into the divine mystery through liturgy and the identification of one’s sacred calling to pursue a “worthy dream” are also explored.
Posted by DigestAdmin on Jun 20, 2014
June’s issue features a profile of Prior Cyprian Consiglio, OSB, Cam, as well as articles about Get on the Bus, crafts for children and families, the Ignatian Examen as an aid to the spiritual life and Pope Francis’ recent Apostolic Exhortation, The Joy of the Gospel.