October 1, 2018

Vol.219 / No.7

October 1, 2018

Faith Ideas
Gina Franco, Christopher PooreSeptember 21, 2018

The mission’s founder, an energetic Italian Jesuit named Eusebio Francisco Kino, established several missionary locations in what is now Sonora, Mexico, and southern Arizona, including San Xavier del Bac in 1692, near the village of Wa:k.

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Vivian CabreraAugust 16, 2018

"The Catholic Cook Book," published in 1965, is exactly that: a cookbook for Catholics and those who want to learn about Catholicism and how it relates to food.

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Candida MossSeptember 13, 2018

Mary Beard's new book is about the viewer as well as the viewed. It prompts us to think about how we construct our sense of civilization and the troubling ways that artistic depictions of the human and the divine serve to cement bias and, sometimes, provoke violence.

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James T. KeaneSeptember 21, 2018

“No matter how long or short our lifespan,” Barbara Lee writes, “we live our spiritual life in the present.”

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Zac DavisSeptember 21, 2018

Vanessa Hua reminds the reader that no matter how hard you work, our immigration system can and will still fail you.

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Daniel CosacchiSeptember 21, 2018

Mark Massa invites the reader to reconsider not only the church’s teaching on artificial birth control, but also the methodologies used to arrive at that teaching.

In “The Apparition,” a 16-year-old novice named Anna reports a vision of the Blessed Virgin (image: Music Box Films).
Arts & Culture Film
John AndersonSeptember 07, 2018

In Xavier Giannoli’s new movie, an intrepid reporter is asked by the Vatican to compile a report on a reputed miracle.