Joseph Schner, SJ

Joseph Schner, SJ, is a professor of Psychology and Religion at the Toronto School of Theology.


25 posts

    "Marriage based on love was a new experience in the Georgian era (1714-1830). Prior to this period marriages of the landed gentry were familial contractual arrangements."...

    " . . . Downton reminds of old times.  But as each member of the household is true to character and task, there is something added in the film."...

    "For him “gardening is like making art and art is like gardening” telling “the world what your experience of life is”."...

    "At the west entrance there is a new gate (where the tulips used to bloom).  It is made up of a low wall of stone and invites you into the park.  At the north side, the cenotaph centred on University Avenue has been repaired and polished. "...

    "I wonder sometimes as I am watching them if Formula One drivers have a similar experience manipulating the computers and devices of their racing cars while the motor thunders and the constant gear changes roar. "...

    "The barren fig tree, the repentant son, and the forlorn woman are each a sign to encourage us in our Lenten pilgrimage.  Each stands as a beacon pointing the way to Jesus and through him to the Father."...

    "As in her earlier novels, Rowling demonstrates her research into psychopathology that marked her earlier works.  In Lethal White, she portrays the workings of PTSD with insight and precision.  "...

Subscribe to igNation

Subscribe to receive our latest articles delivered right to your inbox!