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Michael Tueth, S.J, professor emeritus at Fordham University, has retired and is living in St. Louis, where he is engaged in writing, conducting retreats, providing spiritual direction and other ministries.
Arts & CultureBooks
Michael V. Tueth, S.J.
Jerome Neyrey's new book displays the many ways in which Jesus was not only “like us in all things” but also definitely a person incarnated in his own culture.
Arts & CultureFilm
Michael V. Tueth, S.J.
“The Wife” and “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” feature female protagonists with strongly contrasting stories.
Arts & CultureBooks
More than 50 of his striking icons are in glorious display book.
Arts & CultureFilm
Michael V. Tueth, S.J.
These movies are appearing at a time when our country’s leadership is treating many groups as outsiders who do not belong in the United States.
With Veterinary Technician Jude's help, Sister Toni Temporiti, C.P.P.S., hands over a pregnant cow to Guadencia, a farmer in Masaka, Uganda, marking the beginning of her "living loan" in 2012. (Photo by Heather Cammarata)
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Michael V. Tueth, S.J.
The price of that hamburger could help an African family start a business. And the money to do this could be given to them as a loan, not as a charitable gift.
Arts & CultureBooks
Michael V. Tueth, S.J.
Viertel tells many backstage stories about how the directors and composers managed to avoid a disaster, sometimes only a few hours ahead of opening night.
TO THE CHOIR. Emily Donahoe and Andrew Garman in “The Christains”
Theater
Michael V. Tueth, S.J.
‘The Christians’ explores heaven and hell on stage
STAGE MOTHER. Ryan Quinn and Sherie Rene Scott in "Whorl Inside a Loop"
Theater
Michael V. Tueth, S.J.
Profiling the lives of men in prison
A WRETCH LIKE ME. Josh Young, center, with the cast of “Amazing Grace”
Theater
Michael V. Tueth, S.J.
The story behind a beloved hymn
TABLE TALK. The cast of “Disgraced.”
Theater
Michael V. Tueth, S.J.
The provocative, gripping challenge of ‘Disgraced’