Vol. 81, No. 10
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Food for the journey
By Joseph Sorrentino
A group of women saw a need—hungry, homeless, and tired immigrants—and pooled their own meager resources to meet it.
by Renée K. Gadoua
Maintaining a Catholic university’s mission and identity is a delicate task. But the job isn’t only for men and women religious.
an interview with Archbishop Blase Cupich
The future of the church depends on Catholics discerning together.
by Richard W. Garnett
Tax exemptions for religious institutions preserve our fundamental right to religious freedom.
by Hoon Choi
How can Korean American Catholic communities address the gap between men’s and women’s work?
by Elizabeth Huff
Some big-name schools are on the lookout for something special in college applications: care for the common good.
by Jonathan Ryan
When artists create an icon, they engage in a centuries-long sacramental and theological practice.
The Examined Life: Common Ground
By Beth Haile
This land is our land, says the National Park Service.
Margin Notes: Waste not, want not
By Kevin Clarke
The “throwaway culture” extends even to a precious resource: food.
Culture in Context: ‘Stranger Things’ is all too familiar
By Jessica Mesman Griffith
The Netflix series reminds us that monsters aren’t just in stories.
At Home with our Faith: The marriage mindset
By Annemarie Scobey
Lasting love isn’t just a matter of the heart but also getting in the right frame of mind.
Glad You Asked: Did God create men and women to complement each other?
By Jacob Kohlhaas
Testaments: Fear less
By Alice Camille
Spend your fear on the things that count, instead of wasting it on small things like yoga.