With the February election of René Préval as its new president, Haiti, poorest of countries in the Western Hemisphere, may now have some chance to move into the future with greater hope for peace and economic advancement. Although the election itself was marred by irregularities, Mr.
Human Rights Council
Books and Culture
One might not expect a book about Carthusians, “the Western world’s most austere monastic order,” to be a page turner, but this sensitive
For most people, spring means warm weather, the return of birds and the flowering of nature.
The award-winning poetry of Louise Glück (former poet laureate of the United States) is like the fiction of Henry James: the more you rer
[Interview with James Martin, S.J., on WHYY Radio about his book.]
While reading Maureen Fitzgerald’s doctoral dissertation a few years ago, I was introduced to Sister Mary Irene Fitzgibbon, an Irish-born