In Greta Gerwig film adaptation of the classic novel “Little Women,” it is the day-to-day encounters with people, things and places that are important, and they are worthy of telling stories about.
Tim O’Brien on Marilynne Robinson’s new essay collection — and why religion is inescapably imperfect.
Joe Hoover ruminates on reverence, silence and ritual as they play out at daily Mass and in his Bikram Yoga studio.
Admittedly aging hipster Jake Martin on the great DFW and the Two Standards.
What, you doubted that it was possible to include Flannery, Dylan, Sedgwick, Charles Taylor, World Youth Day, Lucinda and the Isenheim Altarpiece in the same article? Well then you’ve never heard of our boy Jim Keane.
In the first of this two-part series Jeff Johnson graces us with a history of the battle over what constitutes poetry in the English language, and shows us how, with the implementation of the New Roman Missal, our Church has taken a stand in this still-hot debate.