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Sharlee DiMenichi
In his memoir, Greg Bourke illuminates the devout faith that sustained him and his husband through the legal journey that resulted in the groundbreaking marriage-equality ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges.
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James T. Keane
Fintan O’Toole reflects on the last 64 years in Ireland—a time when Irish life was almost completely transformed.
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Robert P. Imbelli
The thrust of Bishop Erik Varden’s new book can be summed up in words preached on Pentecost Sunday: “We shouldn’t domesticate the Spirit. It comforts, but also devours.”
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Judith Valente
Gregory K. Hillis tackles an argument that has long haunted Thomas Merton’s legacy: that Merton somehow was not a faithful-enough Catholic.
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Pierce Corden
Michael Krepon's new book provides a key history of the times, events, organizations and people involved in the pursuit of a peaceful approach to national and global security.
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Michael Vaccari
Peter S. Canellos provides us with a fascinating biography of a Supreme Court judge who was the sole dissenter in both the Civil Rights Cases (1883) and in Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), in which the court held that the Constitution established the separate-but-equal doctrine.