June 1, 2014
Articles in this issue
People care passionately about their places of worship. That puts a liturgical designer like Lawrence Hoy in the line of fire, but that's just where he wants to be.
Catholicism is on the wane in the Netherlands, whose stockpiles of deconsecrated church art are now making their way to countries where the church is growing.
Readers correct misused Chinese names, and respond to stories on the decline of RCIA and the cure for clericalism.
Vivian Maier was so obscure that her first public notice was a death announcement. Now she has the world wondering why she hid hundreds of photographs.
James Martin, SJ, wants to look at Jesus through the lens of his own education, prayer, and experience on pilgrimage in the Holy Land.
Two new collections of poetry from Geoffrey G. O'Brien and Spencer Reece both resist the "open-ended and often sloppy free-verse form of much contemporary poetry."
i was like a small bird / pecking near a gate / when i went in search of twigs—
“Folks,” the doctor stammered, “There's no explaining this medically, but in fifteen minutes, James’s condition improved dramatically."
We are now beginning to see the consequences of Red State hostility to health-care reform, and they are devastating for the poor.
Gates saw himself as a manager working to get things done. But managerial skills used in the service of getting the wrong things done is of little help to anybody.
The National Climate Assessment report makes clear that the emission of carbon is causing climate change; this is not a hypothesis, but a scientific fact.