Arts & Culture BooksPatrick Gilger, S.J. October 21, 2020
Jason Blakely show that the very tools we human beings use to try to understand the world in fact end up constructing it, for better or for worse.
Arts & Culture BooksPatrick Gilger, S.J. June 26, 2020
Leslie Woodcock Tentler's new book is both a rigorous and laudable effort to cure American Catholics of the illusion that our desires have no history.
Faith FeaturesPatrick Gilger, S.J. April 02, 2020
Milan, under quarantine, has asked me to renounce the particular version of our American response to fear that I have made my own.
Arts & Culture FilmPatrick Gilger, S.J. May 16, 2018
"Star Wars," as a franchise, does not quite know what to do with the history it has inherited.
Politics & Society Short TakePatrick Gilger, S.J. January 26, 2018
The extent to which I do not want housing for the poor in my own neighborhood is the extent to which I am failing to be a Christian.
Arts & Culture BooksPatrick Gilger, S.J. March 16, 2017
Patrick Gilger, S.J., reviews "The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation" by Rod Dreher.