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April 16, 2012

Vol.206 / No.13
Catholic Book Club
Maurice Timothy ReidyApril 16, 2012

Marilynne Robinson is best known for her first two novels, Housekeeping and Gilead, which appeared 20 years apart. Reviews of Gilead (2004) were rapturous, yet readers sometimes wondered: what took so long? Robinson’s latest collection of essays, When I Was a

Signs Of the Times

Cardinal Mahony said the United States as a nation has been sending "two clear messages at the same time: 'no trespassing' and 'help wanted.'"

Adam D. HincksApril 16, 2012

New scientific discoveries and old truths

Film
Jon M. SweeneyApril 16, 2012

'Blue Like Jazz' offers an evangelical coming of age story

The Word
Peter FeldmeierApril 16, 2012

Third Sunday of Easter (B), April 22, 2012

Current Comment
The EditorsApril 16, 2012

A Doctor for Development; Latinos on the Move; Round and Round We Go

Books
Kelly CherryApril 16, 2012

Alan Shapiro's new book of poetry is accessible, engaging and playful.