May 08, 2006
Emilie Griffin was in her 20 rsquo s when she was received into the Catholic Church in August 1963 after what she describes as a passionate choice an upheaval and a homecoming She was drawn to the church in part because it offered the possibility of an interior life a realm in which I would be s
March 06, 2006
Reviewed in our pages in 2006, 'One Nation Under God,' offers a vivid portrait of public prayer in American history.
December 20, 2004
In Wonderful and Dark Is This Road Emilie Griffin the respected author or co-editor of 14 books including Turning Reflections on the Experience of Conversion and Clinging The Experience of Prayer has written in a comfortably ruminative tone an accessible introduction to mysticism Griffin ha
May 26, 2003
Rosemary Mahoney is a good traveler and a good writerinterested interesting and strikingly unconventional in her perceptions In earlier books she has allowed us to listen to people in China The Early Arrival of Dreams and Ireland Whoredom in Kimmage a 1994 National Book Critics Circle Award f