Firmin DeBrabander June 24, 2020
Has the coronavirus revealed that a good college education can be obtained online? No, writes Firmin DeBrabander, there is no substitute for three-dimensional debate.
On April 30, Archbishops Salvatore J. Cordileone of San Francisco and Paul S. Coakley of Oklahoma City and Bishop David A. Konderla of Tulsa, Oklahoma, wrote Barr to request stepped-up prosecutions.
James T. Keane April 24, 2020
From features on contemporary writers to looks back at some of our greatest literary figures, along with poetry, biography, social criticism and more, our Spring Books 2020 issue has something for everyone (well, almost everyone).
Franklin Freeman April 24, 2020
He is most well known for inventing the light bulb and the phonograph, but Thomas Edison patented 1,093 "machines, systems, processes, and phenomena.” In 1881, Edmund Morris writes, Edison was “executing, on average, one new patent every four days.”
Colleen Dulle April 18, 2020
This week on "Inside the Vatican," Molly Burhans explains how location data can help the church use its resources more efficiently to extend care to the greatest number of people.
Eve Tushnet April 17, 2020
The value of work is that it gives structure to life’s chaos; it is simple, intelligible even when your own heart is baffling; it lets you be of service to others, making every job well done a kind of living amends; and, above all, good work brings humility.