Tale of dehumanizing materialism

Seventy years on, Waugh’s novel remains a brutal indictment of modern culture

Racism in literature

Solution is not to ban classic works with social sins but to educate on the historical ...

‘The Loved One’: A tale dehumanizing consumerism

Seventy years since its publication, Evelyn Waugh’s novel is still a brutal ...

'Though Many, One': Where to go from here?

Georgetown conference explores how the Church’s witness can help society rise above ...

Praying is believing

Belief in God can come from unlikely places; even horror novels can teach us about the ...

Don't bet on it

The court decision to open the floodgates to sports betting robs us a precious ...

The role of sports in Catholic school culture

Athletic programs can threaten to overshadow faith and academics but contribute much ...

The ugly truth

Tweets lay bare an extreme view about trafficking that does nothing to empower women ...

Old-school punch ball

Neighborhood kids inventing baseball games evoke a time when we lived our faith on ...

Refreshing new reads for spring

As spring brings new life to our world, new books can bring new worlds to our lives

Not rocket science

Faith is not about us, but about discerning and then following God’s will for us in ...
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