Book review: Whatever flaws the 1619 Project may have, it is a valuable view of a shadow stream of U.S. history through the eyes of those who understand, more clearly than anyone without dark skin can, the lasting effects of it.
Book review: A new book about Jesuit Fr. Daniel Berrigan presents writings that are both a literary treasure and a call to each reader to examine how they are using their gifts to increase peace and decrease violence.
Book review: The trauma inflicted by the Magdalene laundries lasts to this day. And thanks to the monumentally unwise historical marriage between the Catholic Church and the Irish state, secrecy and denial still prevail.