Book Review

Fracking becomes personal suffering

Book Review: Stacey Haney likely never read Pope Francis' encyclical on humans and the environment, but her experiences highlight the relevance of the pope's environmental concerns for ordinary Americans who often feel insulated from these matters.

Book Review

Modern hate's anti-Catholic roots

Book Review: Do Catholics who oppose immigration to the United States today know that they join a long tradition deeply rooted in anti-Catholicism?

Book Review

Old case, new look at systemic racism

Book Review: What happened to Emmett Till and the actions that followed have haunted the American conscience for six decades and served as a key spark of the 1950s and 1960s civil rights movement.

Book Review

Book on Church of Antioch provides view to alternative versions of Catholicism

Book Review: Julie Byrne, holder of a chair in Catholic Studies at Hofstra University, estimates that there are 500,000 to a million "independent Catholics" in the world.