November 4, 2013

Vol.209 / No.5028
Columns
James T. Keane October 23, 2013

It is naïve to imagine that any conversation possesses a single explicit meaning.

Jeanne Schuler October 23, 2013

John F. Kavanaugh, S.J.—teacher, scholar, journalist and priest—died one year ago this month. For years his essays in America shed light on films, Scripture and the ethical and political debates of the day. I first learned philosophy from John at St. Louis University and followed him to

Books
Peter Reichard March 12, 2014

In The City of God St Augustine describes how the destruction of Carthage led to Rome rsquo s demise The cloud placed over Rome by its fierce rival kept its morality in check When Rome destroyed Carthage ldquo a crowd of disastrous evils forthwith resulted from the prosperous condition of thin

Film
John Anderson October 08, 2013

Joseph Gordon Levitt's 'Don Jon' is an Augustinian journey through cinematic excess.

Editorials
The Editors October 23, 2013

Killing civilians is not only immoral but also strategically counterproductive.

Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J. October 23, 2013

I am a "stranger in a strange land," a Bosox fan living in New York countless Yankee fans.

John J. McLain October 23, 2013

Eleven years is a long time to devote to answering a question. But that is how long I have been thinking about this one: “Are we winning?” In 2002 I returned from my first tour in Afghanistan. The United States was still reeling from the savage blow of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11,