June 20-27, 2016
The Gospel recognition of the modeling of mercy in “imperfect” families
From the third-floor corner balcony of the Gran Hotel Ciudad de México, I enjoyed a panoramic view of at least seven centuries of human history. From the ghostly ruins of the Templo Mayor, to the Baroque splendor of the 16th-century cathedral, to the mammoth Palacio National, from which a vast swat
A Gift to New MothersRe “Life After Birth,” by Kerry Weber (5/23): Congratulations to Kerry Weber. My heart is with her. If only I had known, especially after my first child, that I was not alone. Indeed, it felt as though I was. My mother helped me, but she was not prepared to listen to
Most at risk are African-Americans and the poor.
All those gaudy graphics and bright colors? Surely there was something, well, evangelical about the darn thing. But I can’t argue with the results.