Here's what you've got to look forward to in the upcoming April/May issue of Convivium:
- New to Convivium's pages, Cardus Editorial Assistant Doug Sikkema is featured with an article about the mystery of the natural world. He sees Eliot and Milton in the spaces of urban parks and the conviviality of community gardens. Sikkema writes: "I believe that cities can and should be places that arrest us with mystery and expose us to the miraculous as often as possible".
- For this month's The Conversation, Peter Stockland talks with ethicist Margaret Somerville about faith, hope, and mystery.
- You won't want to miss reading an address given by Cardinal Archbishop Timothy Dolan to attendees at the annual St. John Fisher dinner held in Kingston, ON and hosted by our own Fr. Raymond J. de Souza. In his address Cardinal Dolan finds the soul, mind, and heart of the Church in the lives of Pope Francis and his predecessors.
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