December 6, 2013
Year in and year out, there are nonfiction books set in the present in which the central questions of Christian belief are taken up dramatically.
Looking westward through the porch screen, / White light from the full moon shivers / On snow crust, on glaze over fields.
The Hildesheim Cathedral in Germany is undergoing major renovation and has sent some of its most beautiful medieval objects to New York.
Spoofs, the importance of context, and "wild things."
To put it in Vatican II terms, our vocation is to help our children discern their vocation.
We are that family, the one with the very young, very active children who decided to come to your quiet, even somnolent Mass. We did not sit in the crying room.
J. Peter Nixon in the first in our series: "I have tried to live my faith in a way that would make it attractive to my children. Now and then I feel it’s working."
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