Saints, Not Superheroes

March 20, 2017

Vol.216 / No.6

March 20, 2017

Villanova's Josh Hart (3) takes a shot past Seton Hall defenders Michael Nzei, (1) of Nigeria, and Khadeen Carrington (0) during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, in Newark, N.J. Villanova won 92-70. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
Faith Faith in Focus
Patrick KellyMarch 02, 2017

What should Catholics think about the money-making potential of big-time sports in universities?

photo: Eric Liebowitz/HBO
Arts & Culture Ideas
Jake MartinFebruary 10, 2017

“Last Week Tonight” is the best example of the power that humor can have in bringing about change.

Arts & Culture Ideas
Zac DavisFebruary 10, 2017

The false sense of solidarity that comes with sharing an Oliver segment on Facebook is an invitation to apathy not resistance.

Arts & Culture Ideas
Catherine AddingtonFebruary 15, 2017

Jane is not the angry, repressed Catholic we have come to expect in pop culture.

Arts & Culture Ideas
Eloise BlondiauMarch 08, 2017

"His attempts to gain access to the church even led Scientologists to set their own cameramen on Theroux, taunting him that they were making a documentary, too."

Arts & Culture Books
Raymond A. SchrothFebruary 15, 2017

The story of a corrupt president, Boris Yeltsin, and his successor, Putin, trying to reconstruct their country as a world power

Colonel Roosevelt and his Rough Riders at the top of the hill which they captured, Battle of San Juan (photo: Library of Congress).
Arts & Culture Books
Mark J. DavisFebruary 15, 2017

Leading those who believed it was America’s destiny to acquire an empire were Senator Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts and Theodore Roosevelt, a newly minted war hero.