Jason M. Morgan
How much of Chinese daily and intellectual life, so utterly foreign to men from both Athens and Jerusalem, can be carried over into communion with Rome?
ONE HOME IS A GATEWAY TO CATHOLICISM
A remarkable family and their little spiritual oasis in the Gateway to the West have become, as divine fate would have it, a gateway to Catholicism.
PRELUDES & POINTS — PART I
Richard Upsher Smith Jr.
Historians have to “get inside” their subjects if they are to understand and represent them well. 2,845 miles' worth of investigations are reported here.
A LIFE UNLIKE ANY OTHER
Twelve writers offer recollections of Dale Vree in tribute to his mind, his character, and the impact he had on the American Catholic intellectual scene.
EDITOR OF NEW OXFORD REVIEW FOR 31 YEARS
With a heavy heart I announce the death of Dale Vree, my father and former editor of the NEW OXFORD REVIEW. He passed away peacefully on December 10.
What happens when a fairly obscure writer picks a fight with a Christian YouTube celebrity who has over 200,000 followers?
A review by Christopher Beiting of Francis Bethel, O.S.B's book John Senior and the Restoration of Realism
FROM THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS TO THE BOSOM OF ABRAHAM
MIRACLES, MEDALS & AUDIOTAPE
WALKING BAREFOOT TO ST. PETER'S
LIVING IN THE YARD WON'T DO
Anne Barbeau Gardiner
A review of A Different Kind of Cell: The Story of a Murderer Who Became a Monk
JOSEPH CHIHWATENHA, HURON CATHOLIC
Clement Anthony Mulloy
A review of Roads to Rome: A Guide to Notable Converts from Britain and Ireland from the Reformation to the Present Day
In England, with the establishment of the ordinariate, the effects of Pope Benedict's 2010
visit could be felt in concrete ways for years to come.
EVANGELICAL, EPISCOPALIAN, CATHOLIC
Review of Chesterton and the Romance of Orthodoxy: The Making of GKC 1874-1908 by William Oddie
FROM DEBATE TO DISCOVERY
WAKING UP CATHOLIC
Review of Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits
Review of The Catholic Mystique edited by Jennifer Ferrara and Patricia Sodano Ireland
Review of An American Conversion: One Man's Discovery of Beauty and Truth in Times of Crisis by Deal W. Hudson
Review of There We Stood, Here We Stand: 11 Lutherans Discover Their Catholic Roots edited by Timothy Drake...
AN ILLNESS OR AN INVITATION?
Review of Newman to Converts: An Existential Ecclesiology
THE QUINTESSENCE OF WOMANHOOD
John C. Chalberg
Review of Literary Converts: Spiritual Inspiration in an Age of Unbelief
GOODBYE JUDAISM, FAREWELL SCIENTISM, HELLO CATHOLICISM
JESUS OF NAZARETH, MASTER PSYCHOLOGIST
Art & Larraine Bennett
Review of The Barbarian Conversion: From Paganism to Christianity
William J. Tighe
Review of One Fold, One Shepherd: The Challenge to the Post-Reformation Church
"...THROUGH A BROKEN HEART MAY LORD CHRIST ENTER IN"
The wittiest man of his time, who considered himself a "violent Papist," believed that, of all religions, Catholicism is the one worth dying in.
AN "INVISIBLE CHURCH" JUST DOESN'T HACK IT
NO LONGER MAKING UP MY OWN RELIGION
FROM NEW DELHI TO ROME
IS ONE RELIGION BASICALLY AS GOOD AS ANOTHER?
Francis E. King
FROM "FEELINGS" TO OBJECTIVE TRUTH
WAS I GOING CRAZY?
Kenneth J. Howell
Review of Surprised by Truth
Christopher T. Dodson
Review of Black Elk: Holy Man of the Oglala
MERTON'S GENERATION & OUR OWN
A review of Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism
Review of The Parting of Friends: The Wilberforces and Henry Manning
Review of Orestes A. Brownson: Selected Writings edited by Patrick W. Carey
Review of Newman on Being a Christian by Ian Ker
THE PEARL OF GREAT PRICE: THE CHURCH
Raymond T. Gawronski, S.J.
Review of Mustard Seeds by L. Brent Bozell
L. Brent Bozell
Review of The New Catholics edited by Dan O'Neill
Peter E. Gillquist
James G. Hanink
The drama of martyrdom, for both Edith Stein — philosopher, convert, Carmelite — and Jerzy Popieluszko — priest and patriot — commands our attention.
DRAWN TO THE SACRAMENTAL MYSTERIES
Peter K. Weiskel
“Catholic” means “including everybody.” Catholicism is both a sanctuary for adoration and contemplation, and an animator of political and social reconstruction.
Merton was a constantly changing person, and years in the monastery did nothing to stop that process, for all the enclosing, demanding steadiness of the monastic routine.
- Karl Keating