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March 2024

Vol. 230 / No. 3

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Faith Faith in Focus
Molly CahillFebruary 15, 2024

On the surface, the message of the Jesuit maxim “men for others” is simple, but its history and evolution only add to its layered and meaningful message.

Photo from ‘The White Lotus’ courtesy of HBO
Arts & Culture Ideas
Marie Glancy O’SheaFebruary 15, 2024

Some of the most buzzed-about shows of the past five years invite us to wallow in the foibles and frustrations of high-net-worth characters.

Arts & Culture Books
Liam CallananFebruary 15, 2024

Michael O’Connell’s 'Startling Figures' asks what American Catholic writers have in common—and the answers are not always obvious.

Arts & Culture Books
Jenny ShankFebruary 15, 2024

Megan Nix’s 'Remedies for Sorrow' is ostensibly a memoir, but confining Remedies for Sorrow to one genre seems too restrictive for what this expansive and enlightening book accomplishes.

Arts & Culture Books
Franklin FreemanFebruary 15, 2024

Michael Mewshaw’s 'My Man in Antibes' is an entertaining, moving memoir, spiced with intriguing literary anecdotes about his sometimes fraught friendship with Graham Greene.

Arts & Culture Books
Amanda Bergeman February 15, 2024

In ‘Good Night, Irene,’ Luis Alberto Urrea weaves a vivid and heartfelt tapestry in telling the story of the ‘Doughnut Dollies’ in World War II.

Arts & Culture Poetry
Greg KennedyFebruary 15, 2024

speak in scent. text in fungi. laugh in pollen and seldom stray from meditation.