An Astonishing Vision
Conceived as an instrument of military tacticians, nurtured as a way to disseminate academic papers, imagined as a vast library, touted as a new economic frontier, the Internet has confounded all who
Pakistan's Christians Face Sectarian Violence
This spring I was in Pakistan doing research on religious rituals among the country’s Shia Muslim population.
Hawks, Doves and Pope John Paul II
The just war tradition is fast becoming a contested field of ideas in Catholic circles.
Visiting a Catholic Worker Farm
Houses of hospitality on the land”—this is how Dorothy Day described the Catholic Worker farms that began to spring up in the 1930’s.
Books and Culture
How many times have we mumbled our way through the Nicene Creed, giving not a second thought to our firm, vocalized belief in the revolut
It was one of those chilling moments.
Road to Perdition begins and ends with a young boy looking out over Lake Michigan.