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March 1, 2010

Vol.202 / No.6
Books
Anthony D. AndreassiMarch 01, 2010

In his latest book, John W. O'Malley, S.J., serves up a hard-nosed history of so many saints and sinners.

Signs Of the Times
March 01, 2010

More than 1.2 million people are in settlements, and close to 500,000 people have left Port-au-Prince for outlying regions.

Arthur J. SerratelliMarch 01, 2010

To change means that one is alive. This applies to people, institutions and languages. Change is a natural development even when it meets resistance from those who have become comfortable with old, familiar ways. The challenge of change faces Catholics now, as the church in the United States and the

Portfolio
Terrence E. DempseyMarch 01, 2010

The exhibit “Good Friday” explores the enduring power of the image of the suffering Christ for contemporary artists.

Arthur J. SerratelliMarch 01, 2010

To change indicates that one is alive. This applies to people, institutions and even language. It is a natural development even when it meets resistance, because we can become comfortable in old and familiar ways. The challenge of change is before Catholics now as the church in the United States and

Poetry
Angela ODonnellMarch 01, 2010

I rhyme to see myself, to set the darkness echoing.” Seamus Heaney

 

For years I’ve knelt at your holy wells

Signs Of the Times
March 01, 2010

A Vatican statement said that church leaders recognized the sense of “pain and anger, betrayal, scandal and shame” that the crisis provoked.