C. S. Lewis was gifted with an expansive imagination—but much of his spiritual writing doesn't flinch from the hard realities of life.
There are lots of interesting Jesuits in America magazine’s history. C. J. McNaspy might take the cake.
Was there ever a scholar of more varied interests and fields of expertise than C. J. McNaspy, S.J.?
Though Mary Karr might not consider herself a conventional writer of spiritual autobiography, her three memoirs have made this poet and professor a standard-bearer in the genre.
An overlooked moment in obituaries of Henry Kissinger is the trial of the Harrisburg Seven: activists, many of whom were priests and women religious, who were accused of plotting to kidnap Henry Kissinger in 1970.
In 2012, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith declared that 'Just Love,' by Margaret Farley, R.S.M., could not be used in Catholic classrooms. It was a different era in the church.