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?
Movie Review: The premise of "God's Not Dead 2" is nothing more than politicized religion as a vehicle to feed conspiracy theories.
Edvard Munch saw something he had never before observed: his father kneeling in prayer. He started to draw what would become the basis of his woodcut “Old Man Praying” (1902).
AT THE ALTAR OF WALL STREET: THE RITUALS, MYTHS, THEOLOGIES, SACRAMENTS AND MISSION OF THE RELIGION KNOWN AS THE MODERN GLOBAL ECONOMY
By Scott W. Gustafson
Wm. B. Eerdmans (Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2015), 232 pages, $22
Camosy's Column: I have found Fr. James Martin to be an even more important voice when it is time to be quiet.
Take and Read: Eliot's captivating novel -- and an esteemed critic's sexism -- honed my feminist perspective.
"Nurse Jackie," an award-winning TV series now available on Netflix, features a Catholic nurse addicted to painkillers. The series' overaching question: is she a saint or sinner?
Movie Review: Cyrus Nowrasteh's depiction does a good job of prefiguring Jesus words and actions that are later recounted in the Gospels.