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Special Section:
Spring Books

Gathered under a church roof

Christianity is an incarnational religion, which takes deep nourishment from the intimate rapport between God’s life and our own, a relationship expressed not only in church art and architecture, but in writing and reading.

In this Spring Books roundup, we bring together such topics as spiritual classics, corporate irresponsibility, parish structure and management, monasteries, dying, Mary the Mother of God, Catholic social teaching and modern church history. Like a church roof, this issue shelters a diverse population gathered together for your consideration.

-- Rich Heffern

linked button Church is an agent for progress

linked button Troubling tension brings drama to history of social ethics

linked button Author unveils what makes us human: death

linked button Mary shares her stories

linked button An odd collection of catholic classics

linked button Controlling corporate power

linked button Traveling the world for a spiritual ideal

linked button Book takes on papal anti-Semitism

linked button A vision to breathe life into parishes

linked button A house on the rock

National Catholic Reporter, Febuary 1, 2002