Special Report

Catholic bookstores in the era of Amazon

June 30, 2017 Paul Senz 6

Even as online shopping becomes more convenient and pervasive, there is no replacing the experience of walking into a store and interacting with a knowledgeable and helpful proprietor. This is particularly true of Catholic bookstores, […]

Features

In search of a father

June 18, 2017 Dr. Adam A. J. DeVille 11

In that haunting exchange in John’s Gospel, Philip poses what seems a simple request: “Lord, show us the Father, and we shall be satisfied.” To this Jesus responds plaintively: “Have I been with you so long, […]

Special Report

Praying with—and for—prisoners

April 10, 2017 Joanna Bogle 0

We are sitting, the three of us, around the table in the classroom, surrounded by posters encouraging literacy and offering opportunities for taking up new skills. Father S. has been explaining about the Rosary, and […]