The Charismatic Pope

August 5, 2019

Vol. 221 / No. 3

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August 5, 2019

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Arts & Culture Books
Jack MilesJuly 24, 2019

Patrick Ryan, S.J., has produced a book that is a word of culmination and ratification. It is a kind of extended amen at the end of a long life of scholarly faith and faithful scholarship.

Arts & Culture Books

13 stories, each a mini-biography of one of those great souls whose faith in Jesus inspired and necessitated and sustained their work toward a more righteous world.

Arts & Culture Books
Emma Winters July 26, 2019

Melinda Gates's new book is not an attack on Catholicism but an honest accounting of how she came to be in conflict with the church while living her faith.

Arts & Culture Books
Nick Ripatrazone July 26, 2019

"An Orchestra of Minorities" is a profoundly tragic story of ambition and despair and how both come from the struggle to love.

Arts & Culture Film
John AndersonJuly 11, 2019

“American Heretics: The Politics of the Gospel” is about like-minded liberal Christians joining forces in a ruthlessly Republican landscape where people talk more religion than they practice.

In “Good Omens,” Aziraphale (David Tennant), left, and Crowley (Michael Sheen), right, are the Rosencrantz and Guildenstern of salvation history. (Photo: IMDB).
Arts & Culture Television
Jim McDermottJuly 12, 2019

The Amazon series is based on the much-beloved fantasy novel by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.

Arts & Culture Poetry
Pádraig Ó TuamaJuly 26, 2019

You knew the names of other people’s fears because you / had plenty of your own.