Kenneth Woodward interviews the Rev. Joseph Komonchak, the renowned scholar of the Second Vatican Council, on the council's impact yesterday and today.
Marcia Pally's new book focuses on Leonard Cohen's faith, relationships and worldview through his use of Jewish and Christian imagery.
In “Camera Man,” the critic Dana Stevens uses the biography of the great silent film clown as a lens to explore the early days of movies, the cultural forces that gave them birth and the social upheavals they in turn engendered.
Forty years after its publication, Jon Sweeney revisits ‘Blue Highways’ and its iconoclastic author.
Does Christian literary expression hover as “something between a dead language and a hangover"? Have Catholic artists “ceded the arts to secular society"? In response to what might be considered a literary call to action comes a new book by Joshua Hren.
Katharine Hayhoe's new book is a conversational, first-person narrative that melds the social science around climate change attitudes and communication into a framework and set of stories that readers can access and relate to.