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Faith as True and Constructive Knowledge by Katalin Mezey

“Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, conviction of things not seen.” Letters of Paul to the Hebrews, Chapter 11 Verse 1. “Faith means that one believes what one does not yet see. The reward of faith is that one will see what one believes.” St. Augustine “Faith demands a great deal because […]

Panic Button by Jan Němec

He turned the ignition key. The concealed cameras showed him his immediate surroundings via the screen on the dashboard. The red Alfa Romeo to the left belonged to the lady next door, whom he had once quite fancied, while the Škoda on the other side meant nothing. He reversed out of their embrace without triggering […]

Ukrainian Women Poets: Foreword by Olesya Khromeychuk & Uilleam Blacker

In a foreword to our Ukrainian women poets, Olesya Khromeychuk & Uilleam Blacker ask, how can faith, hope, and love live in a space of pain?   Fides, Spes, Caritas—the story tells us—were young girls, martyred in front of their mother, Sophia. They were ordered to forgo their belief and, instead, to accept one imposed […]