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February 2022

Vol. 226 / No. 2

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Arts & Culture Books
Brian P. FlanaganJanuary 20, 2022

In his book "Hidden Mercy: AIDS, Catholics, and the Untold Stories of Compassion in the Face of Fear," Michael O’Loughlin has named some of the hidden glories of the Catholic Church’s responses to H.I.V./AIDS in the 1980s and 1990s in the United States.

Arts & Culture Books
Mary GibbonsJanuary 20, 2022

In his new book about the power of God's radical love, Greg Boyle introduces readers to new experiences in his ministry to former gang members and teaches valuable lessons about inclusivity.

Arts & Culture Books
Patrick Gilger, S.J.January 20, 2022

In "For God and My Country: Catholic Leadership in Modern Uganda," J. J. Carney profiles a strategy for being both Catholic and catholic—both uniquely ourselves and totally for the world.

Brandon Micheal Hall, LaChanze and Chuck Cooper in Roundabout Theatre Company's “Trouble in Mind” (photo: Joan Marcus)
Arts & Culture Theater
Rob Weinert-KendtDecember 17, 2021

Can Black writers flourish in a marketplace dictated by white tastes?

Arts & Culture Poetry
Michael WatersJanuary 20, 2022

My noon shadow folds absence into my body

Arts & Culture Poetry
Nora McGillenJanuary 20, 2022

that spot where the swallow rose and fell slowly

Worshippers exchange the sign of peace during a Mass in celebration of Black History Month at the Immaculate Conception Center in Queens, N.Y., on Feb. 19, 2017. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)
Faith Last Take

One of the best ways to celebrate Black History Month this February, in my opinion, is to cease to covet order and negative peace that is the fruit of tolerated injustice.