Creativity is a mark of the image of God in man, and culture is the mark of God’s creative image in human society.
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‘Parents need to be countercultural,’ says Mary Rice Hasson, ‘and do what they can to surround themselves with other families, teachers and mentors who are countercultural as well.’
Culture is key in forming hearts and minds. And Catholics well formed in both their profession and their faith certainly can impact culture for the good. We can all agree we need more of that today. One writer who is always keen on highlighting the intersection of faith and culture is the National Catholic Register’s UK correspondent, K.V. Turley, and he has just released his first novel. He joins us here on Register Radio. And then, we talk with Joan Desmond about the so-called “woke revolution” taking place even in some Catholics schools, in modern medicine, and again in culture.
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Many public monuments have been the focus of vandalism or have been toppled in recent weeks.
The Roman Forum, which this year celebrated its 25th symposium, seeks to fuse Catholic culture and study in a “truly Catholic atmosphere.”
A theologian explains three cultural factors Pope Francis identified in the U.S. as keeping young people from marrying and forming families.
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