Church Life Journal is back from its Christmas hibernation. We promise that plenty of reading adventures await you on these pages in 2018.
But before that starts in full force, take a meditative glance back at Church Life Journal’s most popular posts of 2017.
The rankings are based on pageviews. The titles of the pieces are linked, just in case you missed these pieces, or, would like to revisit them.
A Happy 2018 to you and yours!
- Human Dignity Was a Rarity Before Christianity by David Bentley Hart
- Editorial Musings: The Charism of Infertility by Timothy O’Malley
- The Perfect Family is an Idol by Anna Keating
- The Sex Life of Joseph and Mary by John Cavadini
- Life After Life After Death by Timothy Kelleher
- 97 Aphorisms Adduced from the Thought of Benedict XVI by Cyril O’Regan
- Catechesis of the Good Shepherd: Cultivating the Christian Imagination of the Child by Jessica Keating
- Black Bodies, Kneeling, and the Liturgy by Eric Styles
- Single Life Is More Fundamental for Christianity than both Married and Religious Life by Michael Altenburger
- MacIntyre on What is Sinking Catholic Education by Artur Rosman
- The Blessing of Marital Monotony by Richard Becker
- Further Reflections on Capital Punishment (and on Edward Feser) by David Bentley Hart
- Exposed: Why I Am a Christian by Anna Keating
- The Return to Ancient Traditions After the Death of God by Tomáš Halík
- Everything Looks Different After Priestly Ordination by Aaron Pidel, SJ
- Humor in the Bible by Charles Kestermeier, SJ
- Editorial Musings: Sacramental Formation in a Secular Age by Timothy O’Malley
- Disability Debunks the Late Modern Myth of Radical Autonomy by Susan Selner-Wright
- How to Talk to Young People about the Dangers of Pornography by China Weil
- The Church Life Journal “Sounds of Advent” Spotify Playlist by Carolyn Pirtle
- Forming Lifelong Disciples through Developmentally-Responsive Catechesis by Joseph D. White
- I Used to Be a Creationist by Noelle Johnson
- A Crisis of Eucharist: Will Our Children Stay Catholic? by Brad Klingele
- Westminster Cathedral and the Secular by Timothy O’Malley
- Editorial Musings: Can Liturgy Heal a Secular Age? by Timothy O’Malley
Our first piece of 2018 will be a follow-up to the following 2017 favorite:
Featured Image: Antonio Sicurezza, Still life with books and mandolin, 1957; Source Wikimedia, PD.