Tag: materialism

How’s Your Perspective?

In today’s Magnificat meditation, we have the writing of Jesuit Father Alfred Delp, who was condemned to death by the Nazis in 1945. The subject of Father Delp’s meditation is freedom, and in it, he mentions “modern people.” The phrase and the general topic reminded me of a long post I just read at The Imaginative Conservative called “Looking for…

A Few Thoughts on the Reasonableness of Christian Faith

  I’m still taking my sweet old time about immersing myself in The Religious Sense by Luigi Giussani. I admit that I’m a bit intimidated, but I’ll continue chipping away. Today I got to Monsignor Giussani’s short preface, and interestingly, a number of recent pieces in Magnificat seem to play well with the idea that the religious sense is based…