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Vol. 85, No. 4
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by Valerie Zehl
More Catholics are choosing “green burials” in hope of leaving a lighter footprint after death.
by Father Joe Fitzgerald, C.M.
True ecological conversion must go deeper than our Western worldview.
by Patrick Gallagher
This Lent, remember all of Abraham’s faithful descendents in the Good Friday intercessions.
by Emily Sanna
Just like Easter eggs, Catholics’ Easter traditions come in many shades.
an interview with Sasha Adkins
Nothing is disposable—neither our stuff nor the people who produce it—says this environmental professor.
by Susan Salaz
To clear your head, meet God at the kitchen sink.
The Examined Life: Our Peace, our world
By Meghan J. Clark
Build a world based on love, not fear.
Margin Notes: Beloved
By Kevin Clarke
Pope Francis has a dream.
Culture in Context: Dashed dreams
By Jessica Mesman
Women’s expectations have changed during Gen X’s lifetime, but the world hasn't kept pace.
Home Faith: After the fall
By Annemarie Scobey-Polacheck
When Jesus fell, Simon was there to pick up the cross--no questions asked.
Testaments: You are what you eat
By Alice Camille
Do we fix our hungers on wordly fare or fill ourselves with the life Jesus offers?
Glad You Asked: What are stigmata?