February 6, 2017

Vol.216 / No.3

February 6, 2017

Politics & Society Features
Robert W. McElroyJanuary 24, 2017

If love of country is a virtue and a moral obligation, the nationalistic impulse itself has no moral identity.

The 1505 edition of ‘Imitation of Christ,’ at Museum Catharijneconvent, in Utrecht, the Netherlands. (Wikimedia Commons)
Faith Faith in Focus
Peter John CameronJanuary 11, 2017

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

Faith Faith in Focus
Rev. Rhonda Mawhood LeeJanuary 11, 2017

Like every child, my daughter is a gift. But, at first, her life was a hard gift to accept.

Arts & Culture Books
David LeighJanuary 11, 2017

Waugh was never reconciled to the use of vernacular in the Catholic liturgy, for which he had gained great devotion for 30 years.

Arts & Culture Books
Jim McDermottJanuary 11, 2017

Every day, an average of seven children are shot and killed the United States.

Arts & Culture Books
Teresa DonnellanJanuary 11, 2017

Omar Saif Ghobash, ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to Russia, has written a series of essays to his two teenage sons Saif and Abdullah.

Arts & Culture Television
Nick Ripatrazone January 10, 2017

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