VOL. 86, NO. 9
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An incomplete legacy
A better future for Native Catholic schools includes a return to Indigenous traditions.
With the grain
Classical Catholic schools are on the rise. What’s the appeal?
THE EXAMINED LIFE
One person’s trash
BY EMILY SANNA
Can getting rid of unwanted junk be a way to love your neighbor?
CULTURE IN CONTEXT
BY PAMELA HILL NETTLETON
A film promotes diversity in front of the camera without calling it out.
SALT & LIGHT
Hunger for Jesus
BY FATHER BRYAN MASSINGALE
Deep disappointment in the church used to reveal deep love. Now, something has changed.
Never more war
BY KEVIN CLARKE
We owe the fallen an honest self-examination of 9/11’s aftermath.
BY ALICE CAMILLE
Suffering is unavoidable, but pain can sometimes lead to strength, hope, and healing.
GLAD YOU ASKED
New words, same Word
an interview with Terry M. Wildman
The First Nations Version retells the Good Story to resonate with Native people.
Tomorrow’s church today
BY KEVIN AHERN
Young adults want to be involved in the church—if we’ll listen to them.
The 10 percent
BY MELISSA NEVADOMSKI
You don’t have to tithe, but you do have to give Christ your all.
Built to last
BY MICHAEL E. DESANCTIS
Are church buildings serving parish communities today?
BY ROSIE MCCARTY
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Josh Hale helped urban schools thrive.
BY MATT PAOLELLI
For older siblings, great power comes with great responsibility.