September 30, 2019

Vol. 221 / No. 7

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September 30, 2019

Arts & Culture Books
Antonio De Loera-BrustSeptember 20, 2019

In his new book, Ian Bremmer predicts that soon Indonesia, Mexico, South Africa, Egypt, China and many others will all have their own Marie Le Pens and Steve Bannons.

Arts & Culture Books
Benjamin IvrySeptember 20, 2019

The Life of Saint Teresa of Ávila is termed an “autohagiography,” a self-justification of saintliness, by Carlos Eire, a professor of history and religious studies at Yale University.

Arts & Culture Books
Haley StewartSeptember 20, 2019

Colleen Carroll Campbell's new book is full of insight into what motivates us to attempt to reach holiness through our own strength and how this obsession holds us back from spiritual progress.

“Cruz for Bishop Oscar Romero, Martyr of El Salvador” by Michael Tracy was featured in an exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art at St. Louis University. (Photo: MOCRA).
Arts & Culture Art
Leo J. O’Donovan, S.J.September 20, 2019

The Museum of Contemporary Religious Art at St. Louis University stands out for its singular focus on art that is genuinely interfaith.

Debbie (Betty Gilpin) tangles with Ruth (Alison Brie) in ‘GLOW’ (photo: Netflix)
Arts & Culture Television
Renée Darline RodenAugust 09, 2019

“GLOW” celebrates female strength: on the mat, in the producing studio and on the L.A. auditioning circuit.

Arts & Culture Television
Nick Ripatrazone September 20, 2019

It is a great set up for a television series—and yes, the comparisons to Scully and Mulder are warranted.

Arts & Culture Poetry
Ronnie SirmansSeptember 20, 2019

When I was a boy, I considered becoming a nun because I didn’t want to shave part of my scalp