The Dispatch

Fridays without Charles

August 1, 2018 George Weigel 3

Charles Krauthammer, a man who took intense pride in his Jewish heritage but had a complicated relationship with the God of Jews and Christians, wanted […]

The Dispatch

A pastor in full

July 11, 2018 George Weigel 1

It’s Father Newman I’ve called on hundreds of occasions to share a joke, commiserate over some ecclesiastical folly or another, or just blow off steam; […]

Essay

Love and the Skeptic

February 14, 2018 Carl E. Olson 1

Saint Valentine’s Day is a good time to remind ourselves that human love is an imitation, a reflection, of the divine love that created all […]