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Arts & CultureCatholic Book Club
James T. Keane
The longtime 'America' illustrator John Hapgood served in World War II in the “Ghost Army,” a unit dedicated to deception and trickery that ran 21 different ersatz military campaigns between D-Day and the surrender of Germany in May 1945.
Arts & CultureBooks
Joshua Hren
For James Joyce, humanity’s faulty condition “is happy because faults, errors, mistakes and misunderstandings” are the birth of comedy, writes Gabrielle Carey in a new biography.
Arts & CultureNews
Justin McLellan – Catholic News Service
Pope Francis met with comedians to discuss the importance of humor, specifically as a tool for unity in the face of darkness and conflict.
Arts & CultureCatholic Movie Club
John Dougherty
“Sister Act” embodies the welcoming spirit of a church willing to go out into the street.
A cozy scene featuring a stack of books, an open book, a cup of coffee on a saucer, and a vase with flowers on a sunlit table.
Arts & CultureBooks
America Staff
Some suggestions from the staff of America for summer reading: books old and new, long and short, funny and sad.
Arts & CultureCatholic Movie Club
John Dougherty
These are films that I find meaningful and believe resonate with our faith—particularly our call to love our L.G.B.T.Q. siblings and to uphold their human dignity.