Posted by DigestAdmin on Dec 8, 2017
In this issue of Theologika Digest, we are offering some thoughts and ideas to expand your sense of liturgy. The focus of this issue is The Liturgy of Life, by Fr. Ricky Manalo, CSP. Many times we get lost in the minutia of planning liturgies, without having the realization that liturgy is getting caught up in God’s embrace, whether that happens in a church building, in our lives, or as we are silenced by the sunrise.
Posted by DigestAdmin on Nov 29, 2015
Family is ideally the cradle of divine love into which we are born as humans. The challenges of living in faith as family, as domestic church, and practical ways in which we live and grow together in love are addressed in this issue of Theologika Digest. Following closely on the closing of the 2015 Synod on the Family and just before the start of the Holy Year of Mercy, we report on the statements and recommendations produced by the Synod and look forward with hope to the Holy Year. The role of the family in safeguarding the environment is also featured, with practical suggestions and activities.
Posted by DigestAdmin on Apr 22, 2015
Easter Dawns is the theme of this issue of Theologika Digest. Offerings include reflections on the Resurrection, creation as the overflowing of divine love, Easter as a past, present and future reality, Eucharist as proclaiming the death of the Lord, Pope Francis’ reflection on the example of the women who were Jesus’ disciples, as well as art, music, crafts, an Easter puzzle, and a new icon.
Posted by DigestAdmin on Mar 25, 2015
Metanoia – our March 2015 issue – offers insights on ways in which we are called to turn our lives around, creating places of rest and growth, growing into adult faith, and savor relationships and activities. The issue includes music, videos, and other materials to enhance the experience of of turning around towards God in our lives today.
Posted by DigestAdmin on Jan 23, 2015
Gifted and Giving, our January 2015 issue, includes news of Pope Francis’ visit to the Philippines, including his encounter with a child who asked a pointed question and his response to her that challenges us to listen and act. Additionally, we have included a theological reflection on “gift” as the foundation of all reality. news of the coming canonization of Bl. Junipero Serra, activities for families, and consideration of many of the gifts we have received: inquiry, holy discontent, our own selves, music, and community.
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?