NCR Today: Thomas McDonough's new collection of articles by Dorothy Day written in 1916-17 is invigorating.
Theatre: "Luther has a huge influence now, more than most people realize. The whole concept of the separation of church and state -- he had a big part in articulating that."
Take and Read: Karl Rahner exemplified how one could be a believing Catholic while also having a questioning intellect.
Even a cursory look at the exhibit "Jheronimus Bosch: Visions of a Genius" demonstrates the Den Bosch-born painter's Catholic identity.
NCR Today: Netflix's "House of Cards" gives us a character, Francis J. Underwood, who has no self-deception and is strangely attractive in his evil.
This latest Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s drama is a compelling, ominous portrayal of the Salem witch trials.
Take and Read: The message of Elie Wiesel's book has never ceased to challenge me, touching my heart and searing my conscience.
Take and Read: Fr. Greg Boyle brings spiritual wisdom to his stories of the slow work of God.
If Pope Francis wanted a single image to illustrate the special Year of Mercy he could do no better than choosing a masterpiece by the Italian artist known as Caravaggio.
TV review: The series promotes understanding, asking and exploring what came first: did people create religion or did religion find people?