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Vol. 85, No. 5
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By Father John Christman, S.S.S.
Through her art, Laura James has shaped Catholic worship in the United States for more than 20 years.
Prayer isn't a magic cure, but people testify to its healing power.
by Sister Laurie Brink, O.P.
At the foot of the cross, Mary stands with all grieving parents.
by Sister Joan Sauro, C.S.J.
At the altar of a church, four women—two from scripture and two from the pews—stand together.
The mystery of faith
U.S. Catholic readers reflect on why they're Catholic.
an interview with Natalia Imperatori-Lee
We must listen to the storiesof Catholics around the globe, says this theologian.
by David Russell Mosley
Find a new look on life with the poetry of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
The Examined Life: Forest lessons
By Jessie Bazan
Trees teach the Easter truth time and again.
Salt & Light: In whom do we trust?
By David Cloutier
Social trust is essential for working together for the common good.
Margin Notes: A sick system
By Kevin Clarke
America needs merciful sick and family leave policies.
Culture in Context: The Bannon effect
By Danny Duncan Collum
Two new documentaries demonstrate the hypocrisy of Steve Bannon and, by extension, his political movement.
Home Faith: From fury to faith
By Shemaiah Gonzalez
God gives us the tools we need to deal with our emotions. Just listen.
Testaments: Build bridges
By Alice Camille
It's time to show the Samaritans some love.
Glad You Asked: Is ignorance a sin?