Catholic Identity

Ashley McKinless June 07, 2019
Dawn Eden Goldstein was born into a Jewish family, but in her teens and 20s—dealing with cycles suicidal depression—charted her own path as a journalist and devotee of the religion of punk rock.
Dawn Eden Goldstein May 30, 2019
James Carroll’s article gives no hint that we are all, in fact, sinners in need of salvation; he argues that the only thing lay Catholics need to be saved from is Catholicism itself.
Emma Winters May 14, 2019
Today, 16 of the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the A.J.C.U. are led by lay presidents, three of whom are women. Their perspectives as lay women professionals in leadership has brought needed skills to their institutions and created opportunities to clarify their institutions’ Jesuit
Maureen O'Connell May 03, 2019
Today, it is the rule—not the exception—that there are at least as many students of color in my classrooms as white students.
Kevin Spinale April 29, 2019
The Catholic Book Club's new selection studies the Catholic Church's ecclesial response to modernity over the last century.
James T. Keane April 26, 2019
In late fall we discussed Kate Bowler’s poignant memoir about being diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. We followed that with one of three recent volumes of the collected short stories of Andre Dubus.