Weekly Reads

Weekly Reads (April 25)

Happy weekend, dear readers!

Here is a round-up of different religion, theology, and current events articles from our own authors and across the internet.

The following articles do not necessarily reflect the views or mission of Conciliar Post. These articles have been selected based on their prevalence across popular blogs and social media and their relevance to current events. We invite you to engage in friendly and positive discussion about these articles.

If you read a thought-provoking or well-written article that did not make this list, please share the link with us in the comments section.

I want to pose a moment of silence along with a select article in today’s post. Yesterday, April 24, is the one hundred year anniversary of the start of the Armenian genocide, which claimed the lives of 1.5 million people, many of whom were Christians, in Armenia. The Federalist offers a thorough overview of what happened at this event that our history books often neglect.

Conciliar Post

Laura Norris, “Men, Women, and Spiritual Friendship

Kevin Allen, “Unique Characteristics of Eastern Orthodox Spirituality (Part II)

Kenneth O’Shaughnessy, “Christ is Risen!

Jeff Reid, “Mercy: It’s Seriously Wonderful!

Chris Smith, “Old School Evangelism

Johanna Byrkett, “Living Vapour

From Our Authors

Johanna Byrkett, Ancient Words, “In a Glass Darkly

Amanda Barber, Amanda Barber, “Blue Skies, Bright Sun

Across the Internet

Peter J. Leithart, First Things, “Teach Us to Pray

Stella Morabito, First Things, “Confession and the Armenian Genocide

Timothy Kirchoff, Ethika Politika, “The Legacy of the American Ratzinger

Michael Bradley, Ethika Politika, Living Liturgically

Conciliar Post Weekly Reads

Conciliar Post Weekly Reads

Weekly reads is a gathering together of articles that hit the internet in the past week—from Conciliar Post authors and from other authors around the world. The Conciliar Post authors and editors work together to make this a weekly resource on Conciliar Post.

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