Book review: Loyola University's nationally beloved basketball team chaplain, 103-year-old Sr. Jean Delores Schmidt, has written a delightful memoir that gives the Catholic Church some much-needed positive press.
Book review: Dawn Eden Goldstein's biography of Jesuit Fr. Edward Dowling explores the life of the Jesuit priest who was a spiritual sponsor and dear friend to Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Book review: In her novel Horse, author Geraldine Brooks' control of her craft is on full display, and readers will come away from this story of two centuries wondering at the intransigence of racism in America.
Book review: In Immigration and Faith, author Brett Hoover addresses theological, political, historical and cultural viewpoints on immigration without making the immigrant a caricature or role to be fulfilled.