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Arts & CultureVantage Point
Jon Hassler
From July 17, 1999
Arts & Culture
Robert P. Waznak
In These Pages: From October 4, 1997
Arts & CultureBooks
John Updike
John Updike's reflection on faith and writing upon his reception of America's Campion Medal in 1997.
(CNS photo from Reuters)
Arts & CultureVantage Point
James Martin, S.J.
In the wake of her death, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, one of the holiest women of our time, was reduced to a walk-on in the life of the Princess of Wales.
Arts & CultureBooks
Michael S. Dukakis
Michael S. Dukakis delivered this address to the Kenna Club at Santa Clara University in California on Feb. 28, 1997.
Arts & CultureIdeas
Clyde F. Crews
The "national pastime" has occasioned more intellectual rumination than any other athletic endeavor in American—perhaps even world—history. Intellectuals and sports writers have turned the metaphysical implications of the game into something of a cottage industry.