Letters
Our readersFebruary 19, 2000
Gospel FirstThe theological education issue (1/29) contributed many good points for reflection. But there is a troubling undercurrent here that occurs also in other literature, as well as in comments from pulpit and chancery. It is a shift from the Ascension commission to proclaim the Good News to p
Letters
Our readersFebruary 12, 2000

Journey of Conversion

Apologies for a tardy response to Tourist or Pilgrim? Rescuing the Jubilee, by Paul Robichaud, C.S.P (12/18/99); a prolonged absence and the Christmas festivities have me going through issues of America

Letters
Our readersJanuary 29, 2000
Good Ways to DisagreeI truly regret that David S. Toolan, S.J., (Of Many Things, 1/1) was insulted because he believes I caricatured people like his parents in the talk I gave at the Chicago Commonweal Forum last Oct. 6. The paper I presented argued ideas. It should be possible to trace the history
Letters
Our readersJanuary 15, 2000
Good Begets BetterIs it my imagination, or is less space being allocated for letters? The stimulating articles prompt stimulating responses, and I’d like to see more.Christine Matthews, O.P.Toledo, OhioCoffee at the CliffThe article by Paul Robichaud, C.S.P., Tourist or Pilgrim, Rescuing the J
Letters
Our readersJanuary 01, 2000

Time Has Come

Congratulations on the issue that focused on women in the church (11/27). The contributors provided an excellent overview of both the contributions of women to the life of the church and an exploration of issues that