"What are you writing, my old friend?" said a kindly man, looking with care upon a figure lost in thought, with parchment before him.
When Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam entered Game 5 of the NBA Finals, he did what he always does, he crossed himself and then pointed upward to the sky.
Life was fun and exciting for her—until a tragedy that prompted deep soul-searching.
"Master," said the young man, "Your way of life is the noblest I've ever known, and when I hear your words about God I seem almost to touch the heavens."
The faith of the longtime Georgetown professor informed his intellectual work, as his intellect refined his faith.