Five new books about ethics in today’s world
faith and politics
John Woolverton addresses a gap in Roosevelt scholarship with elegance and insight.
Does sainthood risk blunting Romero’s witness? Michael Lee offers a timely inoculation.
Massimo Faggioli is the most articulate interpreter of U.S. Catholicism today.
Not all of Francis's critics sound like a McCarthyite version of Foghorn Leghorn. But this refrain is common: the pope is beyond his competence in matters of science and public policy, at least where the environment is concerned.