Books and Culture
Emilie Griffin on how Christian faith informs life’s journey, especially in the later years.
Graham Greene has had more malevolent biographers than anyone is due.
Reinventing Bach is a curious and wonderful book, delightful and challenging at the same time.
The burqa makes the woman a wraith in our midst, depriving her of recognizable humanity.
John Ford’s emphasis on community gives his films a distinctly Catholic feel.