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December 8, 2008

Vol.199 / No.19

December 8, 2008

Karen Sue SmithDecember 08, 2008

George Tooker (b.1920) is a living American artist whose work, and in some respects whose life, seems especially pertinent to our times. Deeply spiritual and therefore attuned to social injustice and destructive societal trends, Tooker painted his most provocative works as protests against

Stephen BonianDecember 08, 2008

The enduring spiritual power of icons

Robert P. MaloneyDecember 08, 2008

What can St. Joseph teach us?

G. K. ChestertonDecember 08, 2008

From Our Pages: Sept. 29, 1934

David GibsonDecember 08, 2008

Do Catholics really read the Bible?

Of Many Things
Dennis M. LinehanDecember 08, 2008

The global consciousness of America's editors

Letters
December 08, 2008

Those Immortal Chaplains I cannot believe that in the article on military chaplaincy by John J. McLain, S.J. (“Showing God’s Face on the Battlefield,” 11/17), you did not tell the story behind the picture of that famous postage stamp which you used to illustrate the article; surely