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Joseph McAuley is an assistant editor of America.

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Rev. Enda McDonagh served the Irish church as a compassionate priest and renowned theologian. He died on Feb. 24.
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“The Scarlet and The Black,” available on Amazon Prime, tells the story of an Irish priest, Msgr. Hugh O’Flaherty, who was in the Vatican diplomatic service in World War II.
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Matthew Lockwood's new book shows how the events of the 1770s had reverberations far beyond American shores.
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Chung Min Lee reveals Kim Jong Un for what he is: A dictator who will use any methods available to stay on top.
Father O’Hare holds forth with (right to left) Cardinal Avery Dulles and New York Mayors Michael Bloomberg and Ed Koch. Photo courtesy of Fordham University
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Matt Malone, S.J., remembered Father O’Hare as a “towering figure in the history of America magazine…insightful, warm and friendly, a world-class raconteur with a spellbinding Irish charm.”
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A new look at one of Catholicism's most popular saints.
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Emmanuel Macron not only wants to “reform” France but to “transform” it.
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'The Two Popes' tells a detailed story of the relationship between Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis. But does it have all the facts right?
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In 'Barnum: An American Life,' Robert Wilson, editor of The American Scholar, shows how P. T. Barnum morphed into (as he styled himself) “The Children’s Friend.”
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The lunar landing was the seminal event of a decade that began with promise and ended with sorrow.