CNA Columns

I suppose it will be considered heresy in some quarters, but I’ve never been what you would call a fan of the writing of G.K. Chesterton. Some... (Read more)
Social media addiction is a growing problem among Americans, and the new movie “Ingrid Goes West” offers a dark satire about that sad state of... (Read more)
In the late 1940s, Archbishop Joseph Rummel began the process of ending segregation in the parishes, seminary, and schools of the Archdiocese of... (Read more)
Think to a time when you were hungry. Remember how it felt, a bit uncomfortable, right? You may have even said, “I’m starving!” But you knew that... (Read more)
For the past four seasons of “Saturday Night Live,” cast member Kyle Mooney has created a series of unique video shorts that have thrown comic... (Read more)
Bedouins are an exceptionally hardy, hospitable people. I learned this in the Holy Land from my friend, Tony, a Catholic archeologist who grew up... (Read more)
Depicting the 1967 Detroit riots and the brutal police response to the African-American uprising in that city’s streets, the new film “Detroit”... (Read more)
Looking at things from this side of the Atlantic, it is easy to think of Europe as a single, united entity. Seen up close it’s not so clear.... (Read more)
The recent passing of Charlie Gard has left many people around the world wondering what might have come from an experimental treatment that for... (Read more)
After decades of spy movies dominated by men, the emergence of a woman able to hold her own as a virtual Jane Bond might seem long overdue. In the... (Read more)

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