Although we, as Catholics, make a commitment to the “one, holy, and apostolic church”, I have found a spiritual connection to Buddhism: a relationship that possibly expands and further explains what I value in the Catholic tradition.
Many of us feel a lack of self-control around technology and have strong desires to develop healthier relationships with our devices. Luckily, there are dozens of authors, commentators, and individuals who are helping us envision radical new ways of living lives independent of technology, and intentionally with technology.
Reflections on a 30-day social media “fast.”
Is it possible, in the age of smartphones, to have healthy relationships with technology? How has excessive phone use affected our mental health?
With the growing popularity of state-changing psychedelic drugs, can we hack our way to spiritual clarity and bliss?
But putting aside a philosophical view of the patriarchy for a moment, I am constantly in awe that more people do not believe that men have a serious problem on their hands.
The call to take action for environmental justice issues has never been stronger for Catholics. It may be just the thing the Church needs to reinvigorate millennial participation.