Abusive labor practices continue to plague workers here and around the worlda circumstance that should give pause to those fortunate enough to earn comfortable incomes for themselves and their familie
No painting in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York is more iconic than Paul Cézanne’s “Bather,” the pensive young man walking on water in a spare blue and beige landscape.
Do Catholics Still Care About Labor?
From the 1930’s through the 1950’s, Catholic parishes operated more than 100 labor schools in the basements of immigrant churches.
A Jewish-Catholic Friendship
Cardinal John J. O’Connor died five years ago, but I frequently remember the times we worked together on the critical issues faced by our two communities.
Books and Culture
Anne Lamott strews many bitter and distracting political asides throughout her new book of essays, Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith,
The question that forms the title of Michael Crosby’s work reveals the perspective from which he approaches the situation of contemporary re
The best-selling novelist and semiotician Umberto Eco now applies his considerable skill to the matter of identity.