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June 2023

Vol. 228 / No. 6

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health care workers clapping outside a hospital wearing masks during covid, there is a sign behind them denoting them as heroes
Faith Faith in Focus
Kerry WeberMay 11, 2023

Can something really be over if you can still feel it in your bones?

Faith Faith in Focus
Joe Hoover, S.J.May 11, 2023

Writing this marginally insane diary was a reminder to me that, no matter what disasters strike us, and no matter what destruction they wreak, we can at least find ways to diminish their soul-destroying power. We can at least laugh.

Faith Faith in Focus
Molly CahillMay 11, 2023

One day, Covid-19 will be a story, one that we package and deliver to people who never lived through it.

a woman looks at a wall with face masks hanging on it
Faith Faith in Focus
America StaffMay 11, 2023

Four editors on the official end of the Covid-19 pandemic, and to consider what lessons we might take with us into the future.

Arts & Culture Books
Ciaran FreemanApril 06, 2023

More than the costumes and settings, it is that humanity at the heart of Molly Shannon’s comedy which makes it Catholic to the core.

A picture of the actor Alece Guiness in a film adaptation of the Father Brown mysteries by G.K. Chesterton
Arts & Culture Books
Rachel LuMay 18, 2023

For Chesterton, Christie and McInerny, a mystery story was the perfect device for showing how even dramatic sins, like murder, spring from the fallen condition that all human beings share.

Arts & Culture Books

In 'Vigil Harbor,' Julia Glass shares a complex tale about a town’s history of close encounters with violence, but also about the open and helpful community that unintentionally enables some of the calamities that ensue.