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By Paul Senz
Saint Mary Magdalene, says Fr. Sean Davidson, author of a new book on her life and example, "is the perfect adorer of the Real Presence of Jesus in th...
By Dr. Kelly Scott Franklin
Suzanne M. Wolfe’s accomplished, transcendent novel leaves us with a profound meditation on love and the Christian life, namely, "ubi caritas et amor,...
By Jerry Salyer
Simply put, when it comes to the nature of patriotism, Professor Esolen and George W. Bush cannot both be right.
By Edward N. Peters
Fr. Thomas Berg’s "Hurting in the Church" is an important and necessary book, rooted in a solid ecclesiology and free of both excuses and histrionics.
By James Matthew Wilson
Like the meditative lyrics of Donne, Herbert, and others of the seventeenth century, Ed Block’s are often devotional poems that aim to express his lov...
By Dr. Leroy Huizenga
Philip Jenkins' "The Many Faces of Christ" displays plenty of scholarship and erudition, but suffers from a blurring of textual and theological lines ...
By Jerry Salyer
In his bold book "The Demon in Democracy", the Polish philosopher and longtime dissident Ryszard Legutko explains how democracies can quickly turn to ...
By Rev. Peter M.J. Stravinskas
Volume Two of de Lubac's "Vatican Council Notebooks", recently published Ignatius Press, is filled with endless detail, much drama, and many surprises...
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...
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