Shall We Dance?
Have you heard the one about the confirmation liturgy at which a liturgical dancer presented the gifts to the bishop?
As the six-month mark passed since the World Trade Center and Pentagon atrocities, the president of the United States was greeted with heart-warming news.
Guatemala's Violent Peace
There is a bitter joke circulating among many Guatemalans ever since the nation’s 36-year civil war ended in 1996: Beware the peace, they chide, because now the government is fighting everyone.
Books and Culture
From that moment in October 1919 when his doctor cried, My God, the President is paralyzed, until his last meeting with his cabinet in March
Umberto Eco is that relatively rare phenomenon, a public intellectual who plies his specific academic trade as a semiotician but also ventur
The intent of the authors of Passionate Uncertainty: Inside the American Jesuits would seem to be clear from the title.