Book Review

Staying power: a poet’s place in God’s agenda

Book Review: Czeslaw Milosz did not consider himself to be a Catholic poet. But in his later years, he noted that all of his thinking had a religious aspect, and in that sense, he said, his poetry was also religious

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Armenia, Syria, the United States: stories of freedom

Book Review: Authors examine actions of ancestors, iconoclasts who defied odds, norms 

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A memoir of loss and the natural world

Book Review: The author believes that seeing nature the way poets do is the only thing that’s going to save nature from destruction caused by overdevelopment, climate change, and pesticides. 

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So little is known of St. Francis, biography is a fiction

NCR Book Club: Most people know the life story of Francis of Assisi, mystic, miracle worker, founder of the Franciscans and saint. At least, they think they know his story.

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Earthly gossip and heavenly voices

Book Review

Hidden children, hidden identities

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Tenacity, poetry, irony in three memoirs

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Catholic exodus spurs call for change

Book Review

A trove of new books on Vatican II

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How an obscure sect triumphed

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