Robert Gates’s memoir has been criticized, but just as he did his duty to his commanders-in-chief, he now does his duty to his fellow citizens.
Readers write on Elizabeth A. Johnson's two-part feature on Darwin (and the author replies); plus, responses to our feature on the state of Jewish-Catholic dialogue.
Philip Seymour Hoffman had the greatest range of any character actor of his generation, and his filmography is stupendous in both its length and its variety.
Let us give / While we live / Bewildered thanks to God for what we have ...
Republicans are eager to blame Russian aggression and Putin’s grab of Crimea on past Obama failures, even as Obama proposes the same Ukraine policies they are.
Social and religious conservatives should have been the first to oppose the effort to allow businesses to discriminate against same-sex couples on religious grounds.
It might be put shortly by saying that we would substitute, for the half-truth of love for love's sake, the larger truth of love for life's sake.
Though there are differences in ignorance, ignorance of the Catholic Church is the general note of our time; and therefore the task of the Catholic to combat it.
The conventional wisdom seems to be that Americans, feeling ripped off by the Affordable Care Act, are ready to pounce. But how does that correspond to reality?
Readers respond to stories on Jan Karski, parish collections, and just warriors in unjust wars.
'The Invisible Woman' has tact but lacks Dickensian bustle and comedy; 'Gloria' depicts a woman whose way of surviving is to live on the fly.
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