June 11, 2018

Vol.218 / No.13

June 11, 2018

Faith Faith in Focus
Elisabeth HaggbladeApril 02, 2018

My acquaintance with J.R. dates back to when I was a fourth-grade student in Bogenhausen, a suburb of Munich, in the early 1950s.

Anne Frank in 1940 (photo: Wikimedia)
Faith Faith in Focus
James ChapmanApril 12, 2018

Congratulations to James Chapman, a sophomore at Creighton Prep in Omaha, Neb. 

Arts & Culture Ideas
Joi ChildsMay 04, 2018

In recent years, thanks to shows like Shonda Rhimes' "Scandal," there has been a rise in shows featuring black women, both on and off the screen.

Arts & Culture Ideas

The entire planet will soon be gripped in a sudden and near-religious fervor.

Arts & Culture Books
Thomas JacobsMay 25, 2018

As the reader has no doubt anticipated, Greenblatt has emulated the Shakespearean endeavor: The book is a rumination on the current president, without once mentioning the man by name.

Arts & Culture Books
Diana MacalintalJune 01, 2018

David Haas gathers 132 songs from among his most widely known pieces, like “Blest Are They,” “We Are Called,” “Now We Remain” and “You Are Mine,” and others not as familiar.

Arts & Culture Books
Matt Malone, S.J.June 01, 2018

The authors describe "new power" as "like a current of water or electricity: open, participatory and most potent when it surges."