By John Bauerschmidt
Literary fashion comes and goes, even in the more resilient popular sphere, and can deal unevenly with novelists. Kenneth Roberts, who died in 1957, is a case in point. Roberts wrote eig... Read More...
By Sarah Puryear
This week in the Good Book Club, our reading plan moves from the story of Ruth to that of Esther. These two books are often paired with each other because they are the only ... Read More...
By Bryan Owen
I had the good fortune of growing up next door to my grandmother. Her name was Lily Pearle. Does it get any more Southern than that?
Grandmama’s house was a refuge whenever I needed a getawa... Read More...
By Victor Lee Austin
The earthly life of Pope Benedict XVI has come to an end and his body has been committed to its resting place. As with any death, one wonders what this particular life was all about: wha... Read More...
An Ecumenical Priesthood
The Spirit of God and the Structure of the Church
By Karl Rahner
Translated with a critical introduction by Jakob Karl Rinderknecht
Fortress, pp. 100, $28
Review by Bruce Myers
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By Jonathan Mitchican
One of the biggest intellectual challenges to my journey into full communion with the Catholic Church was the idea that doctrine develops. Anglicanism at its best nurtures a love for th... Read More...
By Neil Dhingra
Ruth, the Moabite,
loyal and faithful to
mother-in-law from Israel.
— Graham Kings, “Ruth”
In a recent lecture on friendship, Alasdair MacIntyre says it r... Read More...
By Kristine Blaess
In 2020, one of our young members proposed his Eagle Scout project — a tiny pantry on the church grounds like the tiny free libraries that have sprung up. Volunteers would supply the pantr... Read More...