July 10, 2017

Vol.217 / No.1

July 10, 2017

Brian Doyle, award-winning author, editor of the University of Portland's magazine, died May 27 from complications related to a brain tumor. Doyle, pictured in a 2012 photo, was 60. (CNS photo/Tim LaBarge) See OBIT-DOYLE May 31, 2017.
Arts & Culture Ideas
James M. ChesbroJune 02, 2017

For much longer than a moment, let us consider the revered Catholic writer's literary generosity.

Arts & Culture Ideas
Nick Ripatrazone June 24, 2017

'I saw the Catholic Church from the inside, like a tauntaun.'

More than 2,000 people attend Mass at historic St. Albertus Church in Detroit Aug. 10. The Mass was organized as part of a "Mass mob" movement to fill now-closed historic inner-city Detroit churches for occasional Masses. St. Albertus is no longer an active parish but the church remains open as a center for Polish heritage. (CNS photo/Jonathan Francis, Archdiocese of Detroit)
Arts & Culture Books
T. Howland SanksJune 02, 2017

T. Howland Sanks, S.J. reviews "Great Catholic Parishes," "Catholic Parishes of the 21st Century," "Parish Leadership," and "Seminary Formation."

Arts & Culture Books
Jennifer LevasseurJuly 10, 2017

Jennifer Levasseur reviews "Between Them: Remembering My Parents" by Richard Ford.

Arts & Culture Books
Peter C. PhanJuly 10, 2017

Peter C. Phan reviews "Sin in the Sixties: Catholics and Confessions 1955-1975" by Maria C. Morrow.

Arts & Culture Books
Daniel J. MorrisseyJuly 10, 2017

Daniel J. Morrissey reviews "Sex and the Constitution" by Geoffrey R. Stone.

Daniel Oreskes, Michael Aronov, and Anthony Azizi (foreground) with Daniel Jenkins and Jeb Kreager (background). Photo by T. Charles Erickson
Arts & Culture Theater
Rob Weinert-KendtJune 22, 2017

Like all the best historical narratives, “Oslo” shows the intense fragility and contingency of human affairs