Politics & Society Short Take
November 05, 2021
Aaron Rodgers has provided a powerful reminder that religious problems like clericalism and gnosticism are not confined to the religious world.
Faith Interviews
September 19, 2021
God doesn’t share in our outrage. God only invites us to kinship and connection.
Politics & Society News Analysis
September 16, 2021
The hosts of “Jesuitical,” Ashley McKinless and Zac Davis, discuss Pope Francis’ advice to bishops deciding whether or not to deny Communion to politicians who support abortion.
Faith Short Take
July 28, 2021
Simone Biles is widely acknowledged as the greatest gymnast of all time. In light of her decision to withdraw from the individual all-around gymnastics competition, it’s time to acknowledge her new public role of spiritual director.
Faith News Analysis
July 22, 2021
Rare is the story that manages to be so depressing in so many ways. A recent report about a Catholic priest allegedly using an app for sexual activity is one of them.
Faith Faith in Focus
July 16, 2021
The Latin Mass gave me a hunger for beauty and a reverence for the sacred. It also made me bitter and arrogant.
Arts & Culture Books
July 02, 2021
With his debut novel, Phil Klay lays out our country's new way of waging war, without clear beginnings, middles or ends and without clear moral goods and evils.
Faith Podcasts
June 25, 2021
If you're thinking about leaving, your feelings are valid. But the biggest thing you could do in response to this is go receive the Eucharist.
Faith Short Take
April 21, 2021
We are told that this is justice served, and yet there remains a man who should still be breathing who instead is dead.
Arts & Culture Television
March 12, 2021
It is the perfect time to sink into the couch and run through the most hopeful show on television: “Ted Lasso.”