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Isabelle Senechal
The robotic narrator of Kazuo Ishiguro's new novel takes us into a dystopian U.S. future.
FaithOf Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.
Prince Philip once described himself as “a discredited Balkan prince of no particular merit or distinction.” Self-deprecation, of course, was one of his famous traits. But there were others, which point to some of the lessons to be gleaned from his extraordinary life.
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Cameron Dezen Hammon
In stunning, raw prose, Liz Tichenor's memoir invites readers into a heartrending but ultimately hopeful story of grief, life and renewal.
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Jon Nilson
Just as St. Augustine had aimed “to kindle the light of things eternal in human hearts no longer supported by temporal institutions which had seemed eternal but which were crashing on all sides,” so did John S. Dunne, C.S.C., in his many erudite books.
FaithFaith and Reason
Roberto J. De La Noval
The antinatalist movement might strike many people as misguided, but considering its arguments can lead Christians to examine vexing questions around our understanding of eternal punishment.
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Bridget Ryder
Spanish bishops published their own letter on the issue last December, “Sowers of Hope,” in which they reminded Catholics that “there is no one that can’t be cared for even if they are incurable.”