Vol. 82, No. 3
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by Michael Sean Winters
Dual immersion education breaks down cultural boundaries and gives students an equal chance to thrive.
by Jerry Bleem, O.F.M.
Artist John Christman’s paintings reflect a dynamic, changing, and multicultural church,
by Rhonda Miska
Brahms’ Requiem offers a way to mourn that is both personal and universal.
by Annemarie Scobey
Let us walk together through the desert of Lent—even if in snow boots.
by Molly Jo Rose
Does a Pinterest-perfect sacrament party take away from the meaning of first communion?
an interview with Deacon Joseph Ferrari
Home isn’t where the heart is when you’re drowing in clutter, says this psychologist.
by Jessica Mesman Griffith
Arts entrepreneur Binta Niambi Brown works to transform the music industry, always keeping her Catholic faith in mind.
The Examined Life: The sound of silence
By Father Bryan Massingale
Loving Jesus means speaking out against racism.
Margin Notes: Locally grown
By Kevin Clarke
Who will shoulder social responsibility over the next four years?
Culture in Context: Women’s work
By Pamela Hill Nettleton
A cancelled series reveals the fight for women’s pay equality is still underway.
At Home with our Faith: Let’s talk
By Annemarie Scobey
Families can use a good communication strategy.
Glad You Asked: Does hell exist?
By Kevin Considine
Testaments: Strong and unwavering
By Alice Camille
There are 333 women in the Bible, among them some impressive movers and shakers.