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Gregory Hillis
There is much within Sohrab Ahmari's new book that can and should speak to all Catholics, traditionalist or otherwise. More troubling from a Catholic perspective are Ahmari’s chapters on politics and on sex.
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Michael E. Engh
A Jesuit and an Italian, Giovanni Grassi, S.J., undertook a project to explain the United States to other Italians in 1818.
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Jon M. Sweeney
The essential Merton is all of these books taken together. Read them all, and in this order, if you can.
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Drew Christiansen
The decades since the Second Vatican Council and the declaration "Nostra Aetate" have seen much fruit in the form of Jewish-Christian collaboration and dialogue.
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In 'The Last Brahmin,' Luke Nichter presents Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. as a man who, from cradle to grave, loved his family and his country, the ideals of both of which he tried to live up to his entire life.
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Benjamin Ivry
‘Lifeblood of the Parish’ is an ethnographic look at Italian-American communal rituals in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn.