Voices
The Rev. Terrance W. Klein is a priest of the Diocese of Dodge City and author of Vanity Faith.
The Good Word
August 31, 2011
The British philosopher Gillian Rose spent her brief life arguing against a basic presumption of modern life one that goes something like this now that almost everyone can be heard and now that we realize how profoundly we disagree about the most important aspects and values in life let rsquo s
In All Things
August 31, 2011
The British philosopher Gillian Rose spent her brief life arguing against a basic presumption of modern life one that goes something like this now that almost everyone can be heard and now that we realize how profoundly we disagree about the most important aspects and values in life let rsquo s
The Good Word
August 26, 2011
ldquo I need advice about my marriage rdquo nbsp She was certainly direct brushing aside the question I had proffered to open our conversation about her four children all of whom were in our parochial school nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp ldquo Okay Tell me about your marriage rdquo ldquo
The Good Word
August 12, 2011
Maps have border lines The earth itself does not Human life demands drawing boundaries but God rsquo s life knows none While we live we constantly claim what we consider to be our own and we define ourselves both by who we are mdash and who we are not If religion were entirely divinely w
In All Things
August 12, 2011
Maps have border lines The earth itself does not Human life demands drawing boundaries but God rsquo s life knows none While we live we constantly claim what we consider to be our own and we define ourselves both by who we are mdash and who we are not If religion were entirely divinely wrough
Faith In All Things
August 03, 2011

What do you do when your education, at James Gillespie’s High School for Girls, only equips you to teach secondary English or to work in a department store, and yet you’re educated enough to feel the lugubrious weight of Edinburgh skies?

The Good Word
July 27, 2011
Historian David McCullough rsquo s newest offering The Greater Journey Americans in Paris includes a roadside stop between harbor and metropolis in Rouen to see its cathedral He writes The Americans had never beheld anything remotely comparable It was their first encounter with a Gothic ma
Television
July 18, 2011

Catch a glimpse of America’s ballistic soul on 'Falling Skies,' the popular new sci-fi series on TNT.

In All Things
July 13, 2011
It is a truth universally acknowledged that an academic in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a book And that doesn rsquo t mean a Kindle or an iPad We need books whose pages we can fold whose lines we can mark in whose margins we can correct the author with our own quips That rs
The Good Word
July 08, 2011
George Swanson Starling spent most of his adult life in Harlem working as a train porter but the Black American had been raised in the racially segregated South picking fruit for pennies an hour in Florida groves Like many of us George had envisioned a very different life than the one he got