Book Review

Looking back on the life of Br. Steindl-Rast

Book Review: As a universal phenomenon, accessible to young and old, gratefulness connects each person to all living things and helps one to live in the present and face life with trust and joy. For Benedictine Br. David Steindl-Rast, gratefulness is a prelude to happiness, not vice versa. 


Rosemary Haughton's contributions to Catholicism deserve rediscovery

Witnesses. Forbearers. Pioneers. We forget them at our peril. We tend to remember those who fit neatly into some category, those who can be simply classified. Women of insight and originality are not so easily accommodated.

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Dorothy Day biography raises universal questions

Book Review: The importance of this biography is not only that it details the familiar life of Dorothy Day, but it raises universal questions that are not easily answered.

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Reviving the nuclear arms consciousness

Book Review: Almighty begins with the Manhattan Project in 1939 and traces the use and maintenance of these weapons through the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. 

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Faith in the streets

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