Life: Road tripped
When life hands you lemons, you're supposed to make lemonade, right? Bryan Cones admits that it's hard to have a sunny outlook when those lemons come in the form of serious illness, unemployment, or loss of a loved one.
Church: Why drink from the cup?
Though the fullness of Christ is present in the eucharistic bread alone, Jim Dinn writes that if you skip communion from the cup, you don't know what you're missing.
Culture: House work
More than 30 years after the death of Dorothy Day, the Catholic Worker movement she helped found still labors to bring about her vision of local hospitality and global peace, Karen Kirkwood reports.
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The Examined Life: Have gun. Will preach. Seriously? Christian ethics and Machine Gun Preacher
The reviews are in: Machine Gun Preacher is, um, what was that again?
Margin Notes: Refueling our social consciousness
A few years back, I had a conversation with a priest who was routinely invited to attend a benefit dinner where he would be recognized for the amount of money his parish raised as part of an annual charitable drive.
Margin Notes: War no more: 10 years in Afghanistan
Last month we observed the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the United States.
My Generation: Who's waiting for marriage? Not even evangelicals, it seems
Despite the widespread prevalence of chastity rallies, purity rings, abstinence pledges, and popular guides to varying levels of intimacy, it turns out that evangelicals are having sex outside of marriage just as much as everyone else.
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