Hanukkah and the Miracle of Self-Renewal
They start arriving in August: the interminable parade of catalogues hawking tantalizing Christmas wares.
Facing the Inquisition
With its vividly re-enacted scenes of torture, book burning and violence, the PBS series “Secret Files of the Inquisition” made clear that stereotypical views of the Inquisition are not going a
The Eye and I
Do the questions science poses diminish the God of faith?
Benedict XVI And the Synod of Bishops
Are significant changes in the synod process likely?
Waiting for Good News
A lawyer hopes for an end to capital punishment.