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Arts & CultureBooks
Jon M. Sweeney
'Brighton Rock' made me feel ready to become a Catholic after so many years of deliberately not being one. I, too, frequently felt lost and agnostic. The story of Rose and Pinkie—so similar, so different, both human—was like a piece I found that had been missing from my puzzle.
FaithFaith and Reason
Eryn Reyes Leong
With the creation of A.I., anthropomorphized chatbots are one critical example of how the rapidly advancing technology is testing the limits of the human condition.
Listen to Gemma’s homily for the Fifth Sunday of Easter, Year B, in which she explains how her experience of poverty in Brazil gave radical significance to Christ’s words: “Make your home in me as I make mine in you.”
Arts & CultureIdeas
Michael O’Brien
N.C.A.A. women’s hoops attracted a record number of viewers this season—and made stars of some compelling players and coaches.
Arts & CultureIdeas
Amir Hussain
What we do as teachers is a sacred trust. Coach Wooden helped me to do that in my Jesuit setting.
Arts & CultureCatholic Movie Club
John Dougherty
The paradox at the heart of Christianity is that we must die in order to live again. And few movies witness to that truth like “Romero” (1989).