Vol. 84, No. 4
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By Elizabeth Lefebvre
Are Catholic universities living out their mission when it comes to adjunct professors?
by Sister Mary Petrosky, F.M.M.
To leave a lasting legacy, prepare a spiritual will.
by Jacob Kohlhaas
Catholic teaching on work-family balance demands tidy—and unrealistic—gender roles.
by Elyse Raby
How the church forms ministers is crucial, says a new report on the clergy sex abuse crisis.
by Patricia Morrison
How many ministries are too many?
an interview with Sheri Bartlett Browne
A history professor and hospital chaplain highlights the racial disparity in our health care system.
by Jean P. Kelly
An avid reader finds peace in practicing lectio divina.
The Examined Life: Loaded language
By Meghan J. Clark
Let your prayer be for the good news of the gospels.
Margin Notes: Pope Vegan the First?
By Kevin Clarke
There is practical Lenten wisdom in a publicity stunt.
Culture in Context: Facing death
By Jessica Mesman
Remembering mortality is a dusty practice worth reviving.
At Home with our Faith: Anger management
By Annemarie Scobey
Release the tight chains of anger.
Testaments: Prime directive
By Alice Camille
Can Star Trek help explain free will?
Glad You Asked: What was Jesus like as a child?