John T. Noonan, a consummate polymath, was perhaps one of the most lauded, influential and recognizable Catholics engaged in the public square in the last 50 years.
Fra’ John Dunlap is one of the few professed religious of the Order of Malta and is the first North American to lead the Order as the lieutenant of the grand master.
In the wake of the mass shooting in Buffalo, Catholic social teaching can provide a starting point for addressing a society that disregards lives, particularly those of Black people.
In his new memoir, John W. O'Malley reflects on a life of priestly ministry and teaching, and offers lessons on how to live a scholarly life.
Mark Carney’s new book makes a succinct argument: We can either continue on the current path of what some argue is amoral wealth generation in a dehumanizing market society, or we can build new systems, grounded in common values, that encourage growth while stewarding resources for future generations.
A priest from Buffalo, now a candidate for canonization, Father Baker spent 60 years caring for the orphaned, poor, sick and migrants.
In 'The Last Brahmin,' Luke Nichter presents Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. as a man who, from cradle to grave, loved his family and his country, the ideals of both of which he tried to live up to his entire life.
“People’s lives are complicated every place you look, and just as complicated as your own life is,” says author and director James Fallows.
The Rambusch company has been a leader in secular and liturgical design for nearly 125 years. We asked two generations of Rambusches how to renew a church without dividing a parish.