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Articles from the Most Recent Issue

Encountering God in Catechesis
By Catechists' Personal Testimonies
Paul’s Search for God Saint Augustine famously wrote, “Late have I loved you, O Beauty ever ancient and ever new! Late have I loved you! And, behold, you were within me, and I out of myself, and there I searched for you” (The Confessions, Book X). This statement marvelously summarizes the sublime mystery of God’s action in a person’s conversion.... Read more
Catholic Education—A Road Map: The Teaching Methods of Maria Montessori
By Dr. Gerard O'Shea
Maria Montessori - Devout Catholic Educator The name Maria Montessori has been associated with a highly successful educational method for over a century. What is not well known about Montessori is that she was a sincere Catholic, who received enthusiastic endorsement from the highest authorities in the Church. As early as 1910, Pope Pius X was... Read more
Hawaiian Inculturation: Island Wisdom and the Eternal Truth of Christ
By Dallas V. Carter
As a young boy, my grandfather (kupuna kāne: KOO-poonah KAH-nay) taught me important and practical knowledge that was unique to island-living: fishing, taro farming, herb collecting for traditional Hawaiian medicines, and underground cooking with lava rocks and banana leaves. He also taught me, as generations before him had done, those ethical... Read more

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