Book Review

The fortunes of papal power: Two centuries that led us to Francis

Book Review: With the election of Pope Francis, author Paul Collins evidently thinks that the time is right for a fairly trenchant review of two centuries of the papacy and that the papacy of Francis is illuminated by the historical discussion.

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Jesuit ponders a dislocated God for the dislocated believer

Book review: In the face of society's declining religious belief, Fr. Paul Crowley offers the image of an unmoored God. In dislocation, one might say, both the believer and God find their truer selves.

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'Everyone Leads' calls baptized to step up

Book Review: Everyone leads, not just because that is a structural necessity if we are going to revitalize our church, but because this is simply one aspect of being a baptized Christian.

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Kane explores Lynch's timely Ignatian spirituality

Book review: Building The Human City should bring renewed attention to an unjustly neglected 20th-century Jesuit scholar, Fr. William Lynch, and to his insights for public life today.