In a World of Its Own
The Domino's Pizza billionaire Tom Monaghan is funding the construction of a Catholic town in Florida. A list of Ave Maria's backers reads like a Who's Who of conservative Catholics. Liberals fear a ghetto.
The Tablet, July 2006
Shopping For God
Dwelling in a Land of Converts.
In Character, Fall 2005
The Passion of Judas
On the Long Literary Trail of Jesus' Betrayer.
The Star-Ledger, April 2006
Another front in the intellectual-property wars: Who gets the royalties for prayers on coffee mugs?
Fortune, May 2005
Above the Law
Cardinal Law is finally gone. But why didn't he resign a year ago, when the scandal of a century first broke? Deep inside the Vatican's maze of hallowed halls and secret chambers lies the real reason.
Boston Magazine, January 2003
The Bottom Line
Will church finances be the next scandal?
Commonweal, February 2004
What Did Jesus Really Look Like?
What the many faces of the saviour say about us.
The New York Times, February 2004
Jesuits Show Strength
Even as Their Numbers Shrink
The New York Times, December 2004
God on the Job?
As more of us spend longer hours at the office, many don't want to leave our souls in the parking lot. But can business and spirituality peacefully coexist?
Ladies' Home Journal, September 2005
Atheism with a Smile
Before she mysteriously disappeared, the fanatical president of the nation's most influential atheist organization drove the group into chaos. Now her successor, a Morris County soccer mom, is using her refined style and toned-down message to resurrect the movement.
New Jersey Monthly, October 1999
A savvy, workaholic globe-trotting pastor with one eye on his flock and other on the bottom line, Theodore McCarrick may be the perfect churchman for his time. But that's not always enough.
New Jersey Monthly, March 1998