October 29, 2018

Vol.219 / No.10

October 29, 2018

Faith Faith in Focus
Joe Hoover, S.J.August 27, 2018

People do not have the time or money or energy to be angry at popes or angry at people who are angry at popes.

Arts & Culture Books
Elizabeth Grace MatthewSeptember 28, 2018

The various arguments around Little Women have long boiled down to: does the novel empower women, or does it oppress them?

After a fierce battle for the presidential nomination in June 1932, Al Smith shakes hands with Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt at the state Democratic convention in Albany, N.Y., Oct. 4, 1932. (AP photo)
Arts & Culture Books
Maurice Timothy ReidyOctober 18, 2018

Both sons of New York, Alfred E. Smith and Franklin Roosevelt were close political allies. Until the national Democratic convention of 1932.

Arts & Culture Books
Jennifer Owens-JofréOctober 19, 2018

Natalia Imperatori-Lee draws upon a variety of sources to develop an ecclesiology that is shaped by narratives as much as dogmatic theology.

Arts & Culture Books
Peter MorganOctober 19, 2018

The narrator’s voice in Ottessa Moshfegh's new novel is a subtle balance of crisp and curmudgeonly, indulging in dark comedy as a distancing, if not even a coping, mechanism.

Arts & Culture Books
Kyle GautreauOctober 31, 2018

After 300 years, New Orleans remains one of our most unique—and troubled—cities.

Arts & Culture Art
Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J.September 26, 2018

Following an acclaimed exhibition of the great French Romantic painter Eugène Delacroix at the Louvre in Paris, the Metropolitan Museum of Art opened, on Sept. 17, the first full presentation of the artist ever to be held in North America.