February 6, 2017

Vol.216 / No.3

February 6, 2017

Arts & Culture Television
Nick Ripatrazone January 10, 2017

Jude Law gives us a nuanced portrait of a too easily satirized character: the Catholic cleric.

Faith Faith in Focus
Peter John Cameron January 11, 2017

After St. Ignatius discovered 'Imitation of Christ,' he "never wished to read any other devotional book."

Arts & Culture
J. Greg Phelan January 24, 2017

Moonglow may be the most entertaining, well-written and truthful memoir you've ever read.

Magazine Your Take
Our readers January 26, 2017

Religious education has been a babysitting service for far too long.

Arts & Culture Poem
Meena Alexander January 11, 2017

You are in a country I have never seen.

Arts & Culture Television

Why is it easier to explore the gritty reality of racism, sexism or elitism when it’s set in another world?

Politics & Society Editorials
The Editors January 25, 2017

By following through on their promise to repeal “Obamacare” immediately, Republican lawmakers and the new Trump administration are engaging in reckless political theater.