Book review: Author Jennifer Berry Hawes unpeels layers of pain and anger, sorrow and forgiveness, hatred and love to ask questions that do not have easy answers. What sustains ordinary people after an unspeakable tragedy?
Book review: Pierre Hegy believes it is necessary to devise an appropriate conceptual tool to measure the efficacy of Sunday Mass as performed drama. And that is what he provides in Worship as Community Drama.
Book review: The authors — Mary Evelyn Tucker, John Grim and Andrew Angyal — show that along with his massive contributions to our comprehension of this cosmic intercommunion, Berry impacted the wider society in other significant ways.
Book review: Christianity's growth in the decades after the crucifixion is a narrative seeded with mysteries. Some two millennia later, questions still beget questions over the way Christianity branched out from small home-church enclaves.