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November 30, 2009

Vol. 201 / No. 17

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November 30, 2009

The genius of Michael Ford’s new book, Spiritual Masters for All Seasons (paperback, Hidden Spring) is not that it tells the stories and limns the theologies of four great contemporary Catholic spiritual masters—Thomas Merton, Henri Nouwen, Anthony de Mello and John O’Donohue. The

November 30, 2009

Six experts interpret what 'Charity in Truth' says about the issues of our times.

Of Many Things
Kevin ClarkeNovember 30, 2009

Making the move from the Great Plains to the gritty urbanity of New York

November 30, 2009

Ecumenism in the Classroom I was excited to read the excellent article “Basketball Diary,” by B. G. Kelley (11/16). When I first came to the evangelical school where I teach English, I was the only Catholic. Now, in my 10th year, I have three Catholic colleagues. I too have felt a stro

The EditorsNovember 30, 2009

The passage by the House of a health care bill is both an achievement and a mere first step.

Faith in Focus
Jeannine M. JacobsNovember 30, 2009

Holding hands, not holding back

Stephen Bede ScharperNovember 30, 2009

For Thomas Berry, water, rocks and trees are not ancillary to his thought, but constitutive.