Voices
James T. Keane, a former associate editor at America, is an editor at Orbis Books in Maryknoll, N.Y.
Mourners participate in a peace march May 6 prior to the funeral Mass of Jesuit Father Daniel Berrigan in New York City, May 6, 2016 (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz).
Politics & Society Short Take
James T. KeaneMarch 15, 2017
A monk’s vocation is toward God, not a strategic retreat from something else.
Politics & Society Short Take
James T. KeaneFebruary 24, 2017
Almost all major cities in the United States have experienced major decreases in violent crime over the past 25 years.
Faith
James T. KeaneJanuary 31, 2017
It is a bittersweet day for all who lived and worked at the longtime home of America magazine.
Politics & Society
James T. KeaneJanuary 23, 2017
What perils would Jefferson and Franklin warn us against?
Faith Columns
James T. KeaneNovember 09, 2016
Once grouped with the Irish and the Polish as a signally devout Catholic population, the citizens of Quebec are now quite the opposite.
Books
James T. KeaneSeptember 28, 2016
"We are more comfortable with Ezra Pound the madman, because we do not want to ponder Pound the monster."
Robie Macauley with Arthur Koestler and Flannery O'Connor at Amana Colonies in Iowa, 9 Oct 1947. (Cmacauley photo/English Wikipedia)
Columns
James T. KeaneSeptember 20, 2016
If the Christian intellectual is dead, has a Catholic cousin survived?
Columns
James T. KeaneJuly 20, 2016
Economic advantage is not the only goal of higher education.
Arts & Culture In All Things
James T. KeaneJune 24, 2016
I am a firm believer in the power of place.
Bob Dylan
In All Things
James T. KeaneMay 24, 2016
Charlie Brown is dead, but Bob Dylan is 75 years old today.