US Catholic Faith in Real Life

September 2018

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September 2018

Vol. 83, No. 9

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Features

Dialogue of disarmament

By Kevin Clarke
Church leadership can change the global conversation about nuclear weapons. Will it?

 

Paths to peace

by Judith Valente
The Catholic peace movement has changed over the years. What is its future?

 

Essays

Body and soul

by Heidi Havercamp
Working with one’s hands does wonders for the soul.

 

At what cost?

by Annemarie Scobey
Catholic schools are for everyone, no matter their ability to pay.

 

Sounding Board

Faith at work

by David W. Miller and James Dennis LoRusso
Chaplains serve in hospitals and universities, why not corporate offices as well?

 

Expert Witness

The Bible, literally

an interview with David Bentley Hart
What goes into choosing the words of the word of God?

 

In Person

Walk the walk

by Kayleigh Fladung
When the path is difficult to navigate, a walking stick is a sign of grace.

 

Columns

The Examined Life: Who will lead us?

By Father Bryan Massingale
What will it take to redeem the soul of America?

 

Margin Notes: Office culture

By Kevin Clarke
The workplace can be a place of community, but less so in the new gig economy.

 

Culture in Context: Space for family

By Pamela Hill Nettleton
This time around, the far-flung family is a lot more modern.

 

At Home with our Faith: Everyday rituals

By Annemarie Scobey
Parenting means getting crafty now and then.
 

Testaments: Editorial vision

By Alice Camille
Who decided what got into the Bible?

 

Glad You Asked: What is subsidiarity?

By J. Peter Nixon

 

 

Departments

Editors’ Note

You May Be Right (Letters to the Editor)

Signs of the Times (News)

Catholic Tastes (Humor)

Reviews

Eye of the Beholder (Art meditation)