Book Review: Harvard theologian Harvey Cox could not have been more timely in his book about parallels between the structures of Christianity and capitalism.
Book Review: I'm pretty wary of the word "obedience." So wary, in fact, that I almost declined to review Bradford Hinze's new theology of the church.
Book Review: Parish governance is not only a necessity but also entirely consistent with a pastor’s roles of teaching and sanctifying.
Book Review: Catholic Women Confront Their Church profiles nine Catholic women and their personal stories, faith journeys and often complicated relationships with the church.
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.
Book Review: For those who know the martyr mostly by name and reputation, the 250 pages are a primer on the man and his ministry.
Book Review: The author, Janine Di Giovanni, would be the first to argue that when the full history of Syria is written, it is Syrians’ accounts and not those of outsiders that should take pride of place.
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.
Book Review: Too many church leaders cause harm because Catholic programs of formation have stifled education about the erotic.
Book review: What is missing, the author argues, is the message Jesus preached about the kingdom of God. It was not a political institution or a theocracy, but a spiritual kingdom.