The esteemed role of St. Jude in Aaron Neville's life flickers through his new memoir, Tell It Like It Is. The book recounts the musician's years of addiction, collisions with cops, stretches behind bars and the unstinting love of his wife.
Book review: In Regime Change: Toward a Postliberal Future, Patrick Deneen insists that liberalism leaves the working class floundering in chaos and marginalization. But some of his conclusions are concerning.
Book review: Fans of James McBride's The Color of Water will see connections in his new novel, The Heaven & Earth Grocery Store, through which the author opens a door to the skeletons in our national closet.
As we near the Synod of Bishops, in which, for the first time, more than 50 women will have voting status, Phyllis Zagano's Just Church: Catholic Social Teaching, Synodality, and Women is relevant and timely.
How — and why — did American Christianity embrace the politics and the person of the 45th President of the United States? Jon Ward's Testimony is a carefully documented personal account to consult for answers.