Patrick T Reardon

Patrick T. Reardon

About Patrick T. Reardon

For more than three decades Patrick T. Reardon was an urban affairs writer, a feature writer, a columnist, and an editor for the Chicago Tribune. In 2000 he was one of a team of 50 staff members who won a Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting. Now a freelance writer and poet, he has contributed chapters to several books and is the author of Faith Stripped to Its Essence. His website is

Book review: “RESIST!: A Visual History of Protest,” “Mac & Irene: A World War II Saga,” and “If Trees Could Talk: A Memoir” by Margot McMahon, with art by Franklin McMahon

By |2023-04-20T04:29:00+00:00April 20th, 2023|

If you’re at all familiar with DePaul University’s Lincoln Park campus, you’ve almost certainly been impressed by the nine-foot-tall statue of Msgr. Jack Egan at the eastern entrance of the [...]

Book review: “Northern Armageddon: The Battle of the Plains of Abraham and the Making of the American Revolution” by D. Peter MacLeod

By |2023-04-18T03:36:00+00:00April 18th, 2023|

In the middle of his account of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham — one of the most consequential events in world history — D. Peter MacLeod writes about [...]

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