Imagine this: Against long odds, you, a midcareer anthropologist working with four other university teams, have gained grant support from the U.S. National Science Foundation and permission from the government of Brazil to be the sole research team allowed to investigate a newly discovered tribe of
Marriage JusticeRe “Remarriage, Mercy and Law,” by The Editors (9/22): As a Catholic happily living in a sacramental marriage, I deeply value the indissoluble nature of that union. But my limited experience of people who have divorced is that almost always the divorce was inevitable, or
Despite the fact that I was starting to realize Jesus could understand my suffering, I was still unwilling to accept Jesus could love me for what had happened to me.
Few works deliver on the promise of their title with such success as Mary Christine Athans rsquo s book on Mary The scholarship is solid the prose accessible and her personal reflections engaging The book can also be provocative since discussions of Mary lead to questions about the contested rol