Jennifer Vosters is a writer and theater artist from southeastern Wisconsin.

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Book Review

New novel asks: What if next pandemic kills off male species?

Book review: Some women lose everything from the Great Male Plague; others gain power, prestige, freedom and fortune. Some can barely cope with their spouses' deaths; others relish their new autonomy. Some even manage to find love.

Netflix's 'Space Sweepers' asks us to reject a throwaway culture

South Korea's first space blockbuster strikes a chord for the Catholic viewer in its stark portrayal of a world where the privileged few determine that the majority of humanity — and the entire planet along with it — is disposable.


In an age of institutional failure, 'Star Wars' is saving my faith

Commentary: Science fiction is by nature prophetic; fantasy is by nature a spiritual exercise. And we are, after all, a storytelling religion. One character's journey in the animated "Star Wars" series stands as an example to me as a member of the Catholic Church.

'Way of the Heart' conference celebrates Henri Nouwen's ministry

This summer, the Henri Nouwen Society is hosting an international conference to celebrate one of the 20th century's most significant spiritual leaders.