Neuhaus Invades Poland

From the April 2009 Print Edition

Fr. Neuhaus had a missionary zeal, a fervor for argument and conversation in defense of the faith he loved so passionately. First Things was, of course, the vehicle by which that virtue presented itself to society at large. But First Things is only one of his legacies. One of the richest of the . . . . Continue Reading »

Coincidence & Conversion

From the December 2003 Print Edition

When you grow up in a place like Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, seeing a Polish Capuchin monk is a bit like seeing the Sasquatch”an exotic, rare, somewhat terrifying being whose habits are both foreign and fascinating. If you’re a nondenominational Protestant whose main experience of men of the . . . . Continue Reading »