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Progress, Religion, and Technology

In a lecture on the work of historian Christopher Dawson given in 1993, Russell Hittinger wrote: “From his first published work, Progress and Religion (1929), to the lectures given during the twilight of his career in America, he was emphatic … Continue reading

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Communicating Christian hope in a changing world

We find ourselves back in the same situation as that which the Christians encountered during the decline of the ancient world. Everything depends on whether the Christians … are able to communicate their hope to a world in which man … Continue reading

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Keeping Faith & Breaking Ground Episode 1: Bells & Whistles – The Technology of Forgetfulness

This is a presentation Gil Bailie gave at the 2018 conference of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars. “The rural peals of the nineteenth century, which have become for us the sound of another time bear witness to a different way … Continue reading

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Tweet others as you would like to be tweeted

Listening to a symposium on social media and the 1st Amendment hosted by Georgetown University and the Knight First Amendment Institute I heard the above permutation of the ‘Golden Rule’. The entire hour and forty minute panel discussion was interesting … Continue reading

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