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James T. Keane is a senior editor at America.
FaithShort Take
James T. Keane
Archbishop Viganò, marginalized by his own rhetoric, wants to stay in the public spotlight by whatever method possible.
FaithDispatches
James T. Keane
A 1958 graduate of Regis High School in New York and a 1962 graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, Dr. Fauci encouraged graduating seniors at Jesuit high schools around the country to "be smart, strong and resilient."
Arts & CultureBooks
James T. Keane
How is the modern game of baseball played, and what is expected? How does it differ from past generations of players?
Arts & CultureBooks
James T. Keane
From features on contemporary writers to looks back at some of our greatest literary figures, along with poetry, biography, social criticism and more, our Spring Books 2020 issue has something for everyone (well, almost everyone).
Arts & CultureBooks
James T. Keane
We have found at the Catholic Book Club that different genres and authors inspire different readers and broad variations in discussion, another reason to mix it up a bit in terms of genres and styles. Our two most recent selections have been no exception.
Arts & CultureMusic
James T. Keane
John Prine, who died on Tuesday, April 7, was one of country-folk music's greatest lyricists.
FaithFeatures
James T. Keane
How a tiny U.S. Post Office in Ossining, N.Y., became the site of a caper for the ages.
FaithExplainer
Colleen DulleJames T. Keane
What is Peter's Pence and how is it used?
Arts & CultureBooks
James T. Keane
Asked in 1986 to describe himself, Fred Rogers listed off a long catalog of descriptors, including performer and television producer, but he concluded with “a husband and a father. And I am a minister.”
Joseph "Skinny Joey" Merlino, right, leaves federal court in Lower Manhattan with his wife Deborah after a mistrial was declared in his racketeering case on Feb. 20, 2018 in New York. The author appears in the center background of the photo (AP Photo/Kathy Willens).
Arts & CultureCulture
James T. Keane
We love our movies about wiseguys. But what happens when you live and work down the street from them?