Books

Kirsty Jane Falconer May 29, 2020
How can Christian faith be made sensible to our contemporaries?
Jon M. Sweeney May 29, 2020
A spy story that sounds like a novel, but it true to life.
Isabelle Senechal May 29, 2020
From bleeding sunsets in Texas to golden wheatfields in Oklahoma to the rolling plains of western Nebraska, Marie Mutsuki Mockett’s new book documents every stop in the wheat harvesters’ odyssey with striking lyricism and intricate detail.
Bill McCormick, S.J. May 29, 2020
Are we right to tear down our institutions? Or do they have a role to play in a well-ordered society?
Philip C. Kolin May 15, 2020
Paul Mariani’s poems ask, “Does God know us only by the names our parents gave us?,” another reminder of how the human and eternal meet.
John W. Miller May 15, 2020
Victor Pickard wants to help “reinvent journalism” by working out a new economic model based on some sort of public subsidy for reporting outlets all over the country.