The Heart of Reality:
Essays on Beauty, Love, and Ethics
By Vladimir Sergeyevich Soloviev
Edited and translated by Vladimir Woznuik
University of Notre Dame Press, pp. 264, $35.00.
Review by Anthony D. B... Read More...
The Artist and the Eternal City
Bernini, Pope Alexander VII, and the Making of Rome
By Loyd Grossman
Pegasus Books, pp. 315, $29
Review by Ben Lima
During his incomparable six-decade career, Gian Loren... Read More...
The Development of its Institutions and Practices
By Angelo di Berardino
ICCS Press, pp. 718. $89.95
Review by John Mason Lock
As a young college student discovering the beauties ... Read More...
An imaginary interview, which may well have taken place on December 21, 2021
By Graham Kings
Q: How long did it take you to write Nourishing Mission: Theological Settings?
GK: 34 years.
Q: Why so dila... Read More...
By Sarah Puryear
Like most English majors, I keep a running list of books I “should” read but never quite get around to reading. Several of Charles Dickens’s books feature prominently on mine; I’ve been mean... Read More...
The Promise of Sabbath, Solitude, and Stillness in a Restless World
By Kate H. Rademacher
Broadleaf, pp. 213, $16.99
Review by Abigail Woolley Cutter
Kate Rademacher’s Reclaiming Rest i... Read More...
Systematic Theology, Volume 2
The Doctrine of the Holy Trinity
Processions and Persons
By Katherine Sonderegger
Fortress, pp. 416, $49
Review by Wesley Hill
Tucked away near the end of Praying the S... Read More...
By Neil Dhingra
Daniel Daly’s brilliant book The Structures of Virtue and Vice provocatively asks why it is frequently if depressingly much easier to be vicious than to be virtuous. The ready to hand answer... Read More...