Posts tagged with ‘Catholic Media’

  • Book Review: What Exactly Is Social Justice?

    By Michael Novak on March 10, 2016
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    Gratefully... Michael Novak, Paul Adams and Elizabeth Shaw clarify once and for all what [social justice] is and why it has been so abused. Like taking shears to an overgrown hedge, the authors make short order of the sloppy use of social justice in our own public square.
  • Rev. James V. Schall Reviews “Social Justice Isn’t What You Think It Is”

    By Michael Novak on December 22, 2015
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    Rev. James V. Schall reviews “Social Justice Isn’t What You Think It Is,” a new book by Michael Novak and Paul Adams with contributions from Elizabeth Shaw: “If anyone from the pope to the bishops to college professors and students, to media, business people, and government cadre is looking for a succinct and far-reaching guide to reconsider how to think about the order of this world and its relation to the human good, it would be difficult to find a better book than this work of Michael Novak and Paul Adams.”
  • Welcome to America, Pope Francis!

    By Michael Novak on July 29, 2015
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    The first pope to visit the United States was Paul VI in October 1965, just before the close of Vatican II. Pope John Paul II during his long reign visited seven times. And Benedict came in 2008. So there is already a tradition of popes getting to know our country. Welcome to America, Pope Francis! We’re eager to hear what you have to say
  • The New Evangelization in Reverse?

    By Michael Novak on July 21, 2015
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    Michael Novak recently contributed to the Patheos Public Square on the Future of Faith in America: Catholicism.
  • Papal Humility

    By Michael Novak on July 15, 2015
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    "On his way from Paraguay back to Rome recently, Pope Francis showed signs of personal humility, directly in front of the world’s press, that must be unrivaled in papal history."
  • Blue Environmentalism

    By Michael Novak on July 14, 2015
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    In view of the new encyclical of Pope Francis, Michael Novak revisits the idea of “Blue Environmentalism” in a short series adapted from some 2003 writings.
  • The Catholic Book Blogger:
    The Laity Speaks – Michael Novak

    By Michael Novak on January 22, 2015
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    The “Catholic Book Blogger” at Patheos included an excerpt from “Living the Call: An Introduction to the Lay Vocation” (by Michael Novak and William E. Simon) as part of a series discussing recommended reading for today’s Cattholics.
  • Coming Down to Earth:
    Dear Bishop

    By Michael Novak on January 20, 2015
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    This letter has been building up in me ever since the first session of the Synod on the Family last October (October 5-19, 2014). The tone of clerical discourse on such a subject seems woefully abstract and remote, as is no doubt fitting for bishops. But that leaves the language far out of touch with the realities of marital sexuality experienced in the lives of ordinary Catholic spouses. I certainly discovered this disconnect in my own life.
  • Michael Novak Recalls the Good-Humoured John XXIII and the Polish Pontiff Who Called Him a Friend

    By Michael Novak on May 1, 2014
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    "An eyewitness to Vatican II, who was both given one of the last wedding blessings by John XXIII and who was publicly called a friend by John Paul II, Novak shared with ZENIT his thoughts about the two popes and the canonization."
  • American and Catholic

    By Brenna Hapes on February 7, 2014
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    George Weigel on Michael Novak’s “singularly American and singularly Catholic” intellectual achievement.

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