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The Map Year program was, for me, a chance to experience a fuller breadth of both the human and, by extension, the Church's intellectual tradition over the past two centuries. This year, aptly called a "humanities year" was anthropological in its outlook, and was further an anthropology tailored not only to a seminarian's self-understanding , but to an understanding of the people and...

The Word became flesh. We reflect on this, perhaps, too little. But at the very beginning of the third century, somewhere between 203 and 206, the theologian Tertullian, called the father of Latin Christianity and founder of Western theology, wrote a work entitled De Carne Christi: a treatise expressly on the flesh of...