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Vol. 80, No. 10
Picking up the pieces
by Heather Grennan Gary
Women forced into prostitution carry scars long after they are rescued from the streets. How do they find the strength to reclaim their lives?
The sound of silence
by Pamela Hill Nettleton
When boredom strikes, don’t be afraid to put down the phone and let your mind wander. You can’t imagine how much creativity can come from a moment of silence.
An interview with Kerry Robinson
Effective ministry requires a sound business plan, says this expert on church management. Parishes can start by tapping into the talents of their own communities.
by Father Donald Cozzens
The white collar crime of clericalism is causing a great divide between Catholics and their clergy. In Feedback, readers discuss the sins of their Fathers’ oversized egos.
by Emily Dagostino
What’s a mother to do when the sorrow after having a baby competes with the joy?
On Wilbur Street
by Brian Doyle
Practicing Catholic: Faithful runner
by Nick Ripatrazone
Running can be a spiritual exercise. If you go the distance with God, your prayer life will be off to the races.
You May Be Right (Letters to the Editor)
Signs of the Times (News)
Catholic Tastes (Humor)
At Home with Our Faith: When the apple falls far from the tree
Eye of the Beholder (Art meditation)
Glad You Asked: Why do we call priests ‘Father’?
The Examined Life: Buy this basket
By Meghan J. Clark
Margin Notes: All work and no pay
By Kevin Clarke
Culture in Context: It pays to be a jerk
By Meghan Murphy-Gill
Testaments: When the Bible horrifies
By Alice Camille