Books and Culture
Ralph McInereney's 'Dante and the Blessed Mother' is a promising sign of a Marian revival.
Few poets today would risk the cool chuckle of the critic, but Franz Wright does.
Richard Rohr's new book isn't interested in doctrine or psychology, but experience.
After watching "Avatar," our critic was grateful for the 25-minute walk home and a chance to calm down.
“Extraordinary Measures” illustrates the deep divide between rhetoric and reality for families caring for children with special needs.
Like Charles Darwin, the film “Creation” seems inclined to think that God and evolution can co-exist.
Voiceless in Haiti
Why aren't international aid groups seeking local expertise?
Rowan Williams' Remarks
Your Excellency, Your Grace, Reverend Fathers, brothers and sisters: to be here today is for me an enormous delight and a quite unexpected honor; and my first task is simply to say, from my heart, a very warmest thank you to America magazine, to the Jesuits, to you who have welcomed me here today. Thank you for this act of ecumenical generosity and fellowship.
2009 Campion Award
On January 25 Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury, accepted the 2009 Campion Award from the editors of America.