A thought-provoking and insightful dialogue as Lauren Ashburn, Managing Editor and Anchor of EWTN Nightly News with Lauren Ashburn, interviews Dr. Engelland about his new book, Force for Good: The Catholic Guide to Business Integrity.
Sigrid Undset is best known for her novel Kristin Lavransdatter, which earned her the Nobel Prize in 1928. Although she is acclaimed for the historical and psychological realism of this portrait of a 14th Norwegian woman, her novels also contain a deeper layer of richness that can only properly be appreciated through a theological lens. In this lecture, Fr. Snyder will present some of Undset’s stories of conversion in light of St. Thomas Aquinas’s doctrine of grace. Undset’s writings illustrate to modern readers the beauty of a heart transformed by the God who is ever ancient and ever new.
Listen as Lee Edwards, a preeminent historian of the conservative movement, discusses his riveting memoir Just Right: A Life in Pursuit of Liberty. His memoir is full of colorful stories from a man who has done it all in a remarkable, multifaceted career and appears at a critical time in the history of American conservatism. In an inspiring final chapter aimed at the rising generation, Dr. Edwards shows how conservatives can remain a major political and philosophical force in America.
Everyone knows the taste of hope, but what it is, whence it comes, how it acts, why it flourishes or vanishes, often mystify believers and skeptics alike. In the hope of elucidating some of hope’s elusive qualities and operations, Philip Zaleski examines its role in the lives and works of the major Inklings, especially J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis, with reference to the writings of Popes Saint John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Francis.