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Reva (Moses Ingram) in Lucasfilm's "Obi-Wan Kenobi” on Disney+. (© 2022 Lucasfilm Ltd.)
Arts & Culture
Jim McDermott
The introduction of more people of color and women to the ‘Star Wars’ series is a correction of an error, not an error in itself.
Arts & CultureIdeas
Jim McDermott
The demise of a browser seems meaningful, even if that browser was terrible.
Will Dagger and Jamie Brewer in Will Arbery’s new play "Corsicana" (photo: Julieta Cervantes)
Arts & CultureTheater
Rob Weinert-Kendt
“Corsicana,” named for the small Texas city in which it is set, is odd and stiff—qualities that are only exacerbated by director Sam Gold’s spare, often awkwardly formal staging.
Arts & CultureCatholic Book Club
James T. Keane
Andre Dubus wrote short stories and novellas about the brutal truths and miraculous moments in life—and more than a few dealt with the joys and sorrows of fatherhood.
Arts & CultureVantage Point
Patrick Samway
A wide-ranging interview with Andre Dubus on literary influences, faith and the process of writing.
An engraving by Stephen Verstegan (c. 1581)  showing the arrest of a priest and several women who had sheltered him. (By permission of the Governors of Stonyhurst College. Copyright Stonyhurst College).
Arts & CultureArt
Emily Claire Schmitt
A new exhibit at Stonyhurst College is a powerful testament to the role women played in maintaining the faith through dark times.