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Arts & CultureVantage Point
Flannery O'Connor
From 1957, a classic essay by Flannery O'Connor, who died 50 years ago on Sunday.
Arts & CultureVantage Point
Richard McLaughlin
The novelist had a driving conviction that ran roughshod over our weak-kneed answers.
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Tommy Tighe argues that being Catholic is hipster in itself. So, he contends, why not mine the tradition for its quirkiest customs and celebrate them without reservation?
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John Matteson reviews "The Fate of the West" by Bill Emmott
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The book grapples with the biggest of issues: the meaning of life, the problem of evil and the value of praying to a God who seems only rarely to intervene in human affairs.
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Alice McDermott has once again delivered a novel to ponder and cherish, from its moral quandaries down to its wry humor and hypnotic prose.