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JESUITICA: Bellarmine jugs

The face of St Robert Bellarmine, the 16th century Jesuit theologian, became known all over Europe, but not in a holy picture. Protestants in the Low Countries, stung by Bellarmine’s critique of the Reformers, originated a design for a drinking jug in ridicule of their great opponent. He was described as ‘short and hard-featured,’ and thus he was typified in ...

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Keeping faith on the map

Faith Maps: Ten Religious Explorers from Newman to Joseph Ratzinger is the latest book by Michael Paul Gallager SJ.  Just  published in London, it  translates the voices of  leading thinkers like Karl Rahner, Dorothee Sölle and Charles Taylor into a series of reflections on faith, imagination and contemporary life and culture. “Each chapter takes a major religious thinker and asks ...

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