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Daniel Cosacchi is an assistant professor of religious studies at Marywood University in Scranton, Pa. He is the co-editor of The Berrigan Letters: Personal Correspondence between Daniel and Philip Berrigan (Orbis, 2016).

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Marcus Mescher's new book makes clear what the most pressing contemporary social injustices are, ranging from immigration to domestic violence, from “social sorting” to homophobia, from racism to poverty.
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Arthur Laffin, a longtime peace activist and practitioner of Gospel nonviolence, addresses the threat of nuclear war—and what should be done about it.
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This book, the story of a Czech priest working under communist oppression, constitutes a profound reflection on the 1989 collapse of communism and the liberation of the Czech people.
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Fr. Tomás Halík might be the most thoughtful, learned and interesting Catholic that is widely unknown in the United States today. Hopefully, this book will right that wrong.
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Mark Massa invites the reader to reconsider not only the church’s teaching on artificial birth control, but also the methodologies used to arrive at that teaching.
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John Thiede's new text is a helpful exploration of martyrdom in the church today.
Peter-Hans Kolvenbach,S.J., left, with Paolo Dezza, S.J., at GC 33 in 1983.
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In his years as Superior General, and in the years following his 2008 resignation, Father Kolvenbach was known for his simplicity and moderation.
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Two theology students consider Christopher Nolan's blockbuster