Book Review

The Native America of today

Book Review: The author argues that to fully know America, all of us, Native and non-Native, need to look at and understand the Indian past and present. If we don't understand Indian history as part and parcel of everybody's history, then we miss "the full measure of the country itself."

Book Review

Authors take the environmental movement to task

With the 2015 publication of "Laudato Si', on Care for Our Common Home," Pope Francis' ecological manifesto, the Catholic Church stepped powerfully and clearly into the now-decadeslong public conversation about the state and future of our planet, the role of the environmental movement and our understanding of the human's place within creation.

Book Review

Sustainability bound with spirituality

08142015p20ph.jpgDISTANT NEIGHBORS: THE SELECTED LETTERS OF WENDELL BERRY AND GARY SNYDER
Edited by Chad Wriglesworth
Published by Counterpoint, $16.95

Perspective

It's time to rediscover Dorothy Day's voice for the land

Essay: To capture more fully the force of Dorothy Day's life, vision, and voice for our age, it is essential that we seek beyond the usual platitudes.