Arts & Culture

Emily Reimer-Barry January 19, 2018
The single life is perhaps the most neglected area in theological and pastoral reflection in the church.
Dolores O'Riordan, former lead singer of The Cranberries, performs on stage during a concert in 2007 in Tirana, Albania (CNS photo/Arben Celi, Reuters).
Cameron Dezen Hammon January 17, 2018
She was Dickensian, if Dickens had written a Gaelic warrior-waif, a hero with a voice that could thrill and comfort.
Pope John Paul II greets Dolores O'Riordan, lead singer of Irish pop group The Cranberries, in 2001 at the Vatican. The 46-year-old Catholic lead singer of the Irish band was found dead on Jan. 15 in her London hotel room. (CNS photo/L'Osservatore Romano via Reuters)
O'Riordan, 46, died suddenly Jan. 15 in London, where she had been due to record material for a new release. Police were investigating her death, calling it "unexplained."
Megan K. McCabe January 16, 2018
Rhetoric does not always meet reality in the world of fraternity life.
Olga Segura January 16, 2018
Gucci Mane's biography is the 37-year-old rapper's redemption story.
Raymond A. Schroth, S.J. January 12, 2018
"Vazante," Daniela Thomas' directorial debut, offers a look into Brazil's history and cultural identity.