VITAL WORKS RECONSIDERED, #49
Edmund B. Miller
Man’s efforts are lost if they are not embedded in and do not proceed from the eternal perspective, without which they remain fragmented impulses.
A CATHOLIC RESPONSE TO SAME-SEX ATTRACTION
Anne M. Maloney
EVIL FOR EVIL'S SAKE
ALL THE CHURCH'S A STAGE
Macbeth, Lear, Othello, Hamlet, Falstaff, Henry IV — are these immortal portraits of sinful humanity not the very crucible of Shakespeare’s art?
ENCOUNTERS WITH GOD
Anne Barbeau Gardiner
A review of Flannery O'Connor's Sacramental Art
Review of Flannery O'Connor and the Christ-Haunted South
The Catholic bishop of Lafayette, Louisiana, has banned A Good Man Is Hard to Find
VITAL WORKS RECONSIDERED, #13
Jean Bethke Elshtain
William D. Miller
Review of Harvard Diary by Robert Coles
SUN-BELT PARADOXES & EXCESSES
James J. Thompson Jr.
Is the South still the Bible Belt? Well, yes — but then, no, too: at least not in precisely the same way it used to be.
A CHRIST WHO DISTURBS & TERRORIZES
Bruce L. Edwards Jr.
Relentlessly exposing human pride, avarice, and weakness, O'Connor agreed with C.S. Lewis that all things that are not eternal are eternally out of date.
- Karl Keating