William Doino Jr. is a contributor to Inside the Vatican magazine, among many other publications, and writes often about religion, history and politics. He contributed an extensive bibliography of works on Pius XII to The Pius War: Responses to the Critics of Pius XII.
William Doino Jr.
In Paterson, there are no explosions, betrayals, tragedies, or graphic depictions of violence or sex—just enchanting scenes that celebrate the beauties of everyday life. Continue Reading »
St. Francis de Sales is a valuable source to turn to today for wisdom and strength. Continue Reading »
The pope’s deepest problems are the result of self-inflicted wounds. Continue Reading »
An important new book has appeared that carefully evaluates Francis’s pontificate, and provides something the pope—for all his good deeds—often hasn’t: context and clarity. Continue Reading »
Why are so many inclined to sentimentalize the Russian Revolution, one of the most murderous chapters in human history? Continue Reading »
Few New Yorkers ever have been so admired as police officer Steven McDonald—and not only because he placed himself in the line of fire. McDonald’s recent death from respiratory failure at the age of 59 brought back memories of the painful day that changed his life forever—plunging him into an . . . . Continue Reading »
President Trump deserves our prayers, but not our blind loyalty or trust, because one can never be too careful in protecting and preserving human life—and monitoring politicians who pledge to uphold it. Continue Reading »
Nat Hentoff's lived a full life writing not only about jazz, but about the principles of a free society. Those topics may seem incongruous, but for Hentoff they were always interrelated. Continue Reading »
Beautifully filmed and acted, Silence is as powerful as it is ambitious. Continue Reading »
Though he is now celebrated as a major reformer, mystical poet, and Doctor of the Church, what John had to endure to reach those heights is almost unimaginable. Continue Reading »