James F. Keenan November 08, 2019
This interview first appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of In Our Time, the newsletter of the Dorothy Day Guild, edited by Carolyn Zablotny.
Kevin Spinale November 05, 2019
The new selection of the Catholic Book Club is a collection of poems about the saints.
Sts. Jean de Lalande, Isaac Jogues and Rene Goupil, who were among the 17th-century French Jesuit missionaries martyred in North America, are depicted in a stained-glass window at the Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame of Quebec in Quebec City. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)
Alvan I. Amadi November 01, 2019
Wherever the church has flourished, it is because men and women gave their lives as witness to a love that is stronger than death. Father Alvan I. Amadi writes that the saints of North America are proof of the church’s vitality.
Terrance Klein November 01, 2019
What began here on earth is lost, mostly without a trace. But who looks for the seed that died when the mighty tree raises its leafed branches to the sky?
Elizabeth Klein October 28, 2019
James K. A. Smith's new book seems to have been written largely with disaffected evangelicals in mind, those who have “been there, done that and left the stupid Christian T-Shirt at home.”
M. Katherine Tillman October 28, 2019
Fr. Theodore Hesburgh's somewhat idiosyncratic relation to St. John Henry Newman’s capacious mind on Catholic higher education.