Books and Culture
Cardinal Francis George, with doctorates in both philosophy (Tulane) and theology (Urbaniana) is a formidable intellectual presence in th
In early April 1980, the Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe met the Harlem-raised James Baldwin “for the first, and sadly last, time,” at the
"On The Irish Waterfront" promises to reshape how cultural historians view a classic 1950s film.
Poetry and old age are difficult human endeavors, yet Marie Ponsot makes both look Easy.
The story of an extraordinary encounter at the height of the Fifth Crusade
Landislas Orsy performs a careful dance with the Vatican in "Receiving the Council."
The Coen brothers tackle suffering in "A Serious Man."
"True Blood" seeks to be sophisticated and edgy, but the only thing sharp about it is the actors' prosthetic fangs.