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Dorothy Day in her bedroom at the Catholic Worker in New York City
Stephen G. Adubato
Dorothy Day synthesized seemingly contradictory values with insight and nuance. Perhaps the most perplexing of her beliefs were those on sexuality and romantic love.
The New York Times columnist Ross Douthat gestures to the crowd participates at FreedomFest 2018, an annual gathering of Libertarians, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, on July 11, 2018.
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Bill McCormick, S.J.
You may disagree with Mr. Douthat’s analysis of Catholicism, but you can’t ignore him.
Serbia's Novak Djokovic poses with the Wimbledon trophy in London July 14, 2019, after defeating Switzerland's Roger Federer in five sets. (CNS photo/Andrew Couldridge, Reuters)
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Jake Martin
Novak Djokovic is a flawed man, which he has proven on multiple occasions, but what athlete isn’t?
Martin Scorsese gives Pope Francis a copy of the “Our Father: written in Osage, from Scorsese’s new movie “Killers of the Flower Moon.” (Photo courtesy of Michael Murphy)
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Michael P. Murphy
What happens when 70 artists and writers come together to discuss the Catholic imagination?
Ritu Arya stars as Lena in director Nida Manzoor’s ‘Polite Society’
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Kevin Christopher Robles
Nida Manzoor’s goal is to show that the culture surrounding Islam is as three dimensional and dynamic as any other faith’s.
two characters in succession staring at each other in a church
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Dennis Yesalonia
I enjoyed being in "Succession," but should our church have been used for this abrasive show?