Ramona V. Tausz is a junior fellow at First Things.
In all her time on the throne, Elizabeth II has rarely permitted her personality to overshadow her office. Continue Reading »
In the midst of our atomized world, First Things offers a community—a place where you will find others eager to join you in opposing the chaos of contemporary life. Continue Reading »
The members of the First Things staff offer a collection of Advent hymns and carols for the final days of this penitential season. Continue Reading »
A new rendition of Shadowlands, the drama based on the story of C. S. Lewis and Joy Davidman, is now playing in Manhattan. Continue Reading »
The feminist interpretation of Mary Magdalene’s life misses crucial realities of repentance, absolution, and the Christian life. Continue Reading »
Earlier this summer, in the spot on the Sea of Galilee traditionally hailed as the site of Christ’s feeding of the five thousand, the Roman Catholic Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes in Tabgha, Israel, was torched in an arson attack. And as of Thursday, three young right-wing Jewish men—Yinon Reuveni, twenty, Yehuda Asraf, nineteen, and Moshe Orbach, twenty-four—have been indicted on suspicion of responsibility. Continue Reading »