January 20-27, 2014
A Head Start“Saving the Humanities,” by Raymond A. Schroth, S.J. (12/23), addresses a most important topic. Many of the reports cited expand the discussion to secondary education, and one report discusses the whole educational continuum. To even start to develop oneself into a fully educ
Managing Editor Kerry Weber on committing to a lifestyle—and lifetime—of mercy.
Mary Oliver in her poem ldquo The Morning Paper rdquo wants to know ldquo What keeps us from falling down our faces to the ground ashamed ashamed rdquo after we read through countless news stories of ldquo disasters the unbelievable yet approved decisions rdquo One way of both groundin
Tennessee Williams’s The Glass Menagerie first appeared on Broadway in 1945, beginning what would be a wave of great American plays about troubled families. Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” and “Death of a Salesman,” William Inge’s “Picnic,” Eugene
The Presentation of the Lord places us in the midst of the Law of Moses that governed the sacrifices due for the purification of a mother following the birth of a male child Lv 12 1 ndash 8 and the regulations concerning the consecration of a firstborn male child Ex 13 1 ndash 2 13 15 There a