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James T. Keane is a senior editor at America.
Arts & CultureBooks
James T. Keane
John le Carré, who died earlier in December, was a wildly popular spy novelist—and one of the English world’s finest fiction writers of the last half-century.
FaithAdvent Reflections
James T. Keane
A Reflection for the Third Wednesday of Advent
Politics & SocietyExplainer
James T. KeaneErika Rasmussen, Molly Cahill and Kevin Christopher Robles
With no small bit of swagger, we present to you: Catholics who were Time’s Person of the Year.
FaithAdvent Reflections
James T. Keane
A Reflection for the Second Thursday of Advent
FaithExplainer
James T. Keane
Scientific advances have allowed enormous breakthroughs in overcoming infertility—but not without some vexing ethical questions.
FaithDispatches
James T. Keane
St. John Paul II knew about the Theodore McCarrick sex abuse allegations—and promoted him anyway. Why?
Politics & SocietyExplainer
James T. KeaneRobert David Sullivan
There is nothing unprecedented in recent decades about close presidential elections—in fact, they’re almost always close these days—and there is also nothing new in a delay in finding out the winner.
FaithFaith in Focus
James T. Keane
Got election anxiety? There’s a patron saint for that.
Politics & SocietyExplainer
James T. Keane
The Catholic case for Donald J. Trump
Politics & SocietyExplainer
James T. Keane
The teaching seems cut and dry—and yet there are examples of conscientious objectors, like Dorothy Day, who abstained from voting.