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Arts & CultureBooks
Rob Weinert-Kendt
In 'August Wilson: A Life,' an excellent new biography by Patti Hartigan, we read of the winding path that led Wilson to his ascendance, then delves into the tumults and triumphs of his two decades at the heights of achievement.
Arts & CultureBooks
Terence Sweeney
Vincent Lloyd's 'Black Dignity' is is a profound challenge to anyone who takes seriously the struggle for human dignity, antiracism and the work of dismantling white supremacy.
A scene from ‘Peter Pan Goes Wrong’ (photo: Jeremy Daniel)
Arts & CultureTheater
Rob Weinert-Kendt
The ambitions of these two comedies could hardly be more disparate, yet the craft employed in both is rooted in similarly precise calibrations of our attention and sympathies.
Arts & CultureBooks
John-Paul Heil
In his new book, 'The Need to Be Whole,' Wendell Berry strives to give a glimpse of the undivided foundation that underpins all he has ever tried to think and say.
a bas relief sculpture of black people from slavery to emancipation with holy spirit above them
Politics & SocietyYour Take
Our readers
Read the responses to Christopher J. Kellerman, S.J., on the Catholic Church's history with slavery. Comments were gathered from the online version of the article.
three ai images of Jesus with disciples as described in the article
Arts & CultureArt
Jim McDermott
What does A.I. paint as the communion of saints? And what does that say about how we have taught it to visualize the saints?