Voices
The Rev. Terrance W. Klein is a priest of the Diocese of Dodge City and author of Vanity Faith.
In All Things
Terrance KleinJuly 13, 2011
It is a truth universally acknowledged that an academic in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a book And that doesn rsquo t mean a Kindle or an iPad We need books whose pages we can fold whose lines we can mark in whose margins we can correct the author with our own quips That rs
The Good Word
Terrance KleinJuly 08, 2011
George Swanson Starling spent most of his adult life in Harlem working as a train porter but the Black American had been raised in the racially segregated South picking fruit for pennies an hour in Florida groves Like many of us George had envisioned a very different life than the one he got
The Good Word
Terrance KleinJuly 01, 2011
Former Governor of Utah and Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman announced his candidacy for president using the same backdrop that Ronald Reagan once chose New York rsquo s Statue of Liberty Michelle Bachmann emphasized her roots in the hometown of her childhood Waterloo Iowa proving yet ag
In All Things
Terrance KleinJuly 01, 2011
Former Governor of Utah and Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman announced his candidacy for president using the same backdrop that Ronald Reagan once chose New York rsquo s Statue of Liberty Michelle Bachmann emphasized her roots in the hometown of her childhood Waterloo Iowa proving yet again
Art
Terrance KleinMay 24, 2010

Though often spurned by critics, Norman Rockwell has always been popular.

Television
Terrance KleinJanuary 04, 2010

The three lead characters on "Men of a Certain Age" aren’t buffoons, the role that middle age men play in most sitcoms.

Music
Terrance KleinOctober 12, 2009

Was Michael Jackson our once and future king? Did his life chart the course of our own?

Television
Terrance KleinOctober 05, 2009

Like Flannery O'Connor, “Mad Men” radically resets a situation so that viewers see themselves from a previously unknown vantage point.

Terrance KleinSeptember 15, 2008
Catholic universities and the search for meaning