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February 14, 2011

Vol.204 / No.4

February 14, 2011

Gerald F. KicanasFebruary 14, 2011

You never want to get bad news when you are far from home—to be told that a loved one has died or that some kind of disaster has taken place.

The EditorsFebruary 14, 2011

Over a lifetime, work is the single most energy- and time-consuming pursuit of most adults today, for both men and women. Work, whether paid or unpaid, is also a source of identity, community, creativity and meaning for many. The phrase meaningful work has been used to describe socially redemptive j

Kerry A. RobinsonFebruary 14, 2011

Bringing best practices to the church

William F. BakerFebruary 14, 2011

No teleprompting necessary

Kevin ClarkeFebruary 14, 2011

Three communities of sisters offer solace and support in troubled times.

Of Many Things
Edward W. Schmidt, S.J.February 14, 2011

Love and friendship endure even when the photos have cracked and faded.

Letters
February 14, 2011

He’s Not Here In “Welcome to the Cafeteria” (Current Comment, 12/20), you describe Luke Gormally as a professor at the Ave Maria Law School in Ann Arbor, Mich., and as one of those who criticized Pope Benedict’s statement on condoms. Mr. Gormally is no longer a member of the