Joseph Ratzinger’s life was one long heroic intellectual performance, engaging his whole heart.
In 2021 the Vatican launched a unique global theology project: Doing Theology from the Existential Peripheries. What can we learn from those interviewed?
How the spiritual sponsor of A.A.’s Bill W. began his ministry
In 'How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water' by Angie Cruz and 'Factory Girls' by Michelle Gallen, readers encounter female protagonists who are smart, tough, hilarious survivors.
In his new book, 'The Noise of Typewriters: Remembering Journalism,' Lance Morrow brings together memoir and history to remember some of journalism's greatest moments.
With his new book 'The Critical Revolutionaries,' Terry Eagleton focuses on the scholars who revolutionized literary study and foreshadowed the New Criticism movement that became widespread in mid-century American universities.