VOL. 88, NO. 4
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Saints next door
BY RHINA GUIDOS
Millennial and Gen Z Catholics rethink what holiness means in the contemporary world.
Still hanging on
Baby Boomer Catholics experienced the changes of Vatican II firsthand. Where is their faith now?
THE EXAMINED LIFE
BY FATHER TOM McGANN, C.M.F.
Finding time for silence is hard, but giving God room to move is vital to any sort of vocation.
CULTURE IN CONTEXT
The therapist is in
BY PAMELA HILL NETTLETON
TV programming is catching up to a growing social interest in psychotherapy.
SALT & LIGHT
BY DAVID CLOUTIER
Catholics should think carefully about investing decisions in more-than-economic terms.
Just a kid
BY KEVIN CLARKE
A 19th-century ghoul rebounds in 21st century America.
Tell the truth
BY ALICE CAMILLE
Telling the truth is a hard responsibility.
GLAD YOU ASKED
BY ROSIE McCARTY
When her community was threatened by an ecological crisis, Sharon Lavigne found her voice.
BY CHRISTINE VALTERS PAINTNER
In honoring our ancestors, we become part of a rich spiritual legacy.
Pass it down
BY KEVIN P. CONSIDINE
Mentorship and accompaniment are a meaningful way to grow in faith.
Pray and act
BY ANGELA HOWARD-McPARLAND
Service in its highest form germinates in the heart and blooms forth through our hands and feet.
An interview with Yolanda Pierce
To learn about theology, look to our grandmothers, says this womanist theologian.
Asking the impossible
BY TERESA CODA
Sometimes the ability to let go is a gift—even a miracle.