US Politics

Bill McCormick, S.J. April 19, 2019
Father Schall was often described as a contrarian, but he had his mind set on the "essential and ultimate" questions.
"Hillary and Clinton"
Rob Weinert-Kendt April 19, 2019
In Hnath’s play, Hillary has put all her bets on competence, while Bill unsurprisingly presses her to show more humanity.
Kevin Spinale April 19, 2019
In his new book about his work, Robert Caro explains why it takes so many years to research and write his books.
John W. Miller April 19, 2019
The nation’s nonfiction bard, Michael Lewis, makes the case that our government is more important—and competent—than we realize.
James Martin, S.J. April 19, 2019
All journalists should be humble because we are so often wrong.
Pope Francis and Sheik Ahmad el-Tayeb, grand imam of Egypt's al-Azhar mosque and university, sign documents during an interreligious meeting at the Founder's Memorial in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Feb. 4, 2019. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) 
Victor Gaetan April 16, 2019
The best way to approach things is to find allies in the Islamic world who share a vision of tolerance and openness and who recognize the concept of the Abrahamic religions as having a common core of beliefs.