James T. Keane

Faith
January 31, 2017
It is a bittersweet day for all who lived and worked at the longtime home of America magazine.
Politics & Society
January 23, 2017
What perils would Jefferson and Franklin warn us against?
Faith Columns
November 09, 2016
Once grouped with the Irish and the Polish as a signally devout Catholic population, the citizens of Quebec are now quite the opposite.
Books
September 28, 2016
"We are more comfortable with Ezra Pound the madman, because we do not want to ponder Pound the monster."
Columns
September 20, 2016
If the Christian intellectual is dead, has a Catholic cousin survived?
Columns
July 20, 2016
Economic advantage is not the only goal of higher education.
Columns
May 03, 2016
Vin Scully, Souther California's soundtrack to summertime, is retiring.
Columns
March 03, 2016
This is not the first tangle between popes and politicians.
Columns
January 19, 2016
From the moment Daniel Berrigan took the stage at Cornell University on April 17, 1970, he and everyone else there knew he would be arrested.
Columns
November 04, 2015
Anyone with a Twitter account could put out a virtual shingle as a church expert.