2003-06-06

Date: 
Friday, June 6, 2003

‘Matrix' & other tricks

The much-anticipated sequel to The Matrix, titled The Matrix Reloaded, did an astonishing $135.8-million in ticket sales during its four-day opening. That...

This old house

The yard when we moved here was a tangle of phlox and ferns, a garden reluctantly abandoned by the old woman who lived here before us. Like neighbors who turn...

Leadership?

With the passage of his irresponsible tax-cutting budget bill, George W. Bush once again demonstrated the clout of a president in “wartime” as well...

All in the family

Written in tears and blood”-such were the words Eugene O’Neill used to describe Long Day’s Journey into Night, a monumental autobiographical...

Down with Love | The Shape of Things | Blue Car

Spring is in the air, when a moviegoer’s thoughts turn naturally to romance. If innocent fun is your idea of innocent fun, you’ll find plenty in...

Jonathan Edwards

With the possible exception of Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971), Jonathan Edwards (1703-58) must count as the only American theologian who can claim equal (well,...

Graham's crusade

The Bush administration is well aware that the Muslim world regards the liberation of Iraq as a war on Islam. Someone within the administration needs to...

Are the Bishops Listening?

One of the most interesting and hopeful developments to come out of the Catholic Church’s sexual-abuse crisis is the lay reform group Voice of the Faithful. Founded...