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By John P. McCarthy
Monsignor Thomas Shelley's Fordham: A History of the Jesuit University of New York: 1841-2003 describes a trajectory common to many Jesuit univ...
By CWR Contributors
CWR editors and contributors share their favorite reads from the last year.
By Edward N. Peters
A review of With God in America, a new volume containing various writings and interviews with the remarkable American priest who spent 23 years...
By Dr. Leroy Huizenga
St. Matthew would be surprised to find himself a postmodern Gnostic existentialist progressive, which is exactly how John Shelby Spong presents him in...
By Amy Welborn
Shusaku Endo’s masterpiece, the film adaptation of which will soon be in theaters, can be by turns profoundly moving, disturbing, and challenging. Her...
By Edward Short
The editors of a new book of essays on Cardinal John Henry Newman are unable to overcome their own biases in their consideration of the great churchma...
By Eduardo Echeverria
May I? Sorry, Thank you, Open Dialogue about relationships, marriage and family (2016) is simplistic, misleading, and in direct opposition to C...
By Fiorella Nash
A new book by a prominent UK abortion provider fails to engage the positions of her opponents while rehashing the well-worn “my body, my choice” argum...
By Patrick Toner
Joel Salatin is an evangelical Christian and an environmentalist. His most recent book argues that it is through honoring God’s creation that we come ...
By Dr. Samuel Gregg
In his new book, La Force du Silence, Cardinal Robert Sarah speaks with serene strength to a world consumed by self-referential chatter and to ...
By Richard Bastien
Contrary to what modernists would have us believe, the modern worldview is not the result of a sudden and complete repudiation of the classical view u...
By James Matthew Wilson
Like Marianne Moore and Gerard Manley Hopkins before her, Hart is one of our literature’s great eccentrics who by her own oddities of craft reveals so...
By Aurora C. Griffin
Author Mary Eberstadt discusses how a theatrical production of her 2010 book raises important questions about belief, atheism, self-delusion, and the ...
By Fr. Erik Varden, OCSO
Does the Church’s liturgy enable, now, the expression and communication of sacred realities? Is the ‘sacred’ still a meaningful category?
By James Matthew Wilson
David Craig’s verse is a poetry of what Robert Lowell, that most refined, or “cooked,” high modernist of Catholic poetry, called “the raw.”
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