'America' on the Saints

James Martin, S.J., presents two extreme ways of looking at the saints in the November 7 issue of America. Here we offer past articles on the saints from Fr. Martin and other contributors.

"Holy Men and Women"
Drew Christiansen, S.J.
October 29, 2007

"Saints on the Screen"
October 30, 2006
James Martin, S.J.

"Five Years with Dorothy Day"
Robert Ellsberg
November 21, 2005

"The Saint of the Sock Drawer"
James Martin, S.J.
January 3, 2005

"Holy Terrors"
John W. Donohue
May 13, 1995

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