Since Sept. 11 not a day has passed without reminders of the tragedy being thrust before us. Grief, loss and mourning remain part of our national consciousness, like a dull ache that sometimes becomes acute.
Books and Culture
It may be imprudentand impudentfor this reviewer, who teaches at Benedictine institutions, to suggest that readers of a Jesuit journal ha
Eighteen Christmas poems by the late Joseph Brodsky, Russian émigré, American citizen, Nobel laureate and our laureate as well.