+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Pope Francis's critique on our harmful environmental practices calls us to repent and restore what God has given us
Fuller’s first Catholic PhD authored an encyclopedia of C.S. Lewis’s stories, finding moments of grace in the process
In 1992, Fuller once again made explicit its ecumenical commitment when . . .
Cecil M. Robeck Jr.
Evangelical scholars wrestling in a critical yet substantive way with Catholic views . . . is clearly a sign of hope
Kathleen Dolphin introduces the spirituality of Ignatius of Loyola and current thought on his exercises
Saint Francis was “consumed totally in the desire to live a radical life following Jesus” in simplicity, humility, poverty, and the cross