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A new history of the Catholic Church manages to avoid ideology lives up to its ambitions, according to columnist Michael Sean Winters' review.
"The Woman King" may be largely fictional, but it has opened the door to learning more about the church's role in the transatlantic slave trade and its toll on people of African descent.
Book review: In A History of Catholic Theological Ethics, Jesuit Fr. James Keenan crafts and delivers a gripping tale of the historical development of Catholic theological ethics from the beginning of the church to now.
Your thoughts: NCR readers respond to a recent commentary about the intent behind the U.S. bishops' National Eucharistic Revival.
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