Vol. 81, No. 7
By Jessie Bazan
When tragedy strikes, liturgy helps college students grieve.
by Carrie Murphy
When others saw poverty and homelessness as a problem, the mayor of Albuquerque saw people and a potential for a better way.
an interview with Nichole Flores
A family’s love teaches us a lot about God, faith, and justice.
by Cait Peterson
Girl Scouts pledge to serve God and their country. What’s so wrong with that?
Cape Cod Mass
by Mary Sweeney, S.C.
Staying present to the liturgy isn’t the only way to experience the presence of the Holy Spirit at Mass.
by Annemarie Scobey
Family health and spirituality start at the dinner table.
by Rhonda Miska
Don’t worry about sitting still—contemplative silence is all about intent.
The Examined Life: Love endures
By Meghan Clark
Margin Notes: Poor priorities
By Kevin Clarke
Culture in Context: All that is seen and unseen
By Jessica Mesman Griffith
At Home with our Faith: Real friends
By Annemarie Scobey
Glad You Asked: What is chrism?
By Rhonda Miska
Testaments: The great I am?
By Alice Camille
You May Be Right (Letters to the Editor)
Signs of the Times (News)
Catholic Tastes (Humor)
Eye of the Beholder (Art meditation)