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Editorial vision: Who decided what got into the Bible? Editorial Sep 1, 2018 1192
Rules of engagement: What we say matters, and the louder the talk the closer it is to worthless. Aug 1, 2018 1233
PAUL: A BIOGRAPHY. Book review Jul 1, 2018 308
The inner circle: Those who encounter Jesus tend to stay close. Jul 1, 2018 1257
What they were wearing: Readers should take note when a biblical character is dressed to the nines. Jun 1, 2018 1266
In biblical fashion: Some of your favorite Bible characters wear their faith on their sleeves. May 1, 2018 1251
Let's talk: To move toward interfaith alliances, don't be afraid to have a conversation about who God is to you. Apr 1, 2018 1245
The forgotten wrong: Coveting is one of the deadliest sins. It's also one of the most forgotten. Essay Mar 1, 2018 1250
Things fall apart: The Book of Job offers hope in the face of apocalypses big and small. Essay Feb 1, 2018 1253
The baby is a thief: Baby Jesus may be cute, but he has come to shake up our world order. Dec 1, 2017 1258
Was Jesus born on Christmas? Dec 1, 2017 521
Hold your lamp high: There's more to weddings than fancy clothes and good food. Nov 1, 2017 1269
Composition notes: The New Testament letters give us a window into the early church. Oct 1, 2017 1281
Jesus is the question: knowing the 'Catholic answer' does little good if we're not asking the right questions. Sep 1, 2017 1204
What's new? The Eucharist may not immediately transform the faithful into better Christians, but stick around for a lifetime and see what happens. Editorial Aug 1, 2017 1254
Was Jesus a refugee? Aug 1, 2017 505
Faith in the balance: sometimes religious faith is about as sensible as a high-wire act. Jul 1, 2017 1211
Famines, fasts, and feasts: a close look at scripture shows the importance of food throughout human history. Essay Jun 1, 2017 1249
Forge ahead! Tempting as it may be to retreat to a secluded mountain, there's no running from the world's troubles. May 1, 2017 1259
Brave new world: instead of being shaken to your core by the new and unknown, use it as an opportunity for spiritual growth. Essay Apr 1, 2017 1242
Were women at the Last Supper? Apr 1, 2017 486
Strong and unwavering. Mar 1, 2017 1286
The word on women: are women in the bible really as weak and suggestible as Christians sometimes believe? Feb 1, 2017 1234
Beginner's mind: this New Year, take the time to reflect on what was and consider what could be. Jan 1, 2017 1243
Be the peace: Isaiah's prophecy about the wolf laying down with the lamb is a challenge to all in the face of the world's violence and darkness. Dec 1, 2016 1232
When the sky falls. Nov 1, 2016 1269
Is the Bible infallible? Nov 1, 2016 485
Fear less: spend your fear on the things that count, instead of wasting it on small things like yoga. Oct 1, 2016 1175
God's great collaborator: the partnership between Moses and God suggests that it's normal for people to push against God and for God to push back. Sep 1, 2016 1278
The case for the pretty good Christian: there is no foolproof test of a good Catholic, and our faith is about more than checking requirements off some to-do list. Aug 1, 2016 1208
The great I am? We may all be one in Christ, but that doesn't mean our individual identities don't endure. Jul 1, 2016 1222
The final battle. Jun 1, 2016 1263
Where your shadow falls: miracles aren't always spectacular events caused by great men and women of faith. Apr 1, 2016 1233
No closed doors: Paul admonishes the Corinthians to put aside their differences and remember that in Christ all are reconciled. Mar 1, 2016 1226
How the bible Became Holy. Book review Feb 1, 2016 316
God only knows: the bible is littered with stories that made perfect sense to the authors but puzzle its more modern readers. Feb 1, 2016 1229
Proceed with caution: the Bible isn't a news story. Sometimes we have to read between the lines to figure out who the main players really are. Jan 1, 2016 1164
A garden of great encounter. Dec 1, 2015 1277
Suffer the little children: children are the promise of a better future. So why do we treat them so poorly? Nov 1, 2015 1258
When the bible horrifies: sometimes the Bible reads more like a slasher novel than a morality tale. Oct 1, 2015 1179
James who? Column Sep 1, 2015 1267
The God problem. Aug 1, 2015 1232
It's not easy being Saul: the story of King Saul can help us better understand the struggles of people suffering from mental illness. Jul 1, 2015 1276
Wearing God. Book review Jun 1, 2015 330
Best supporting actors: to get the big picture, focus on the little players. Jun 1, 2015 1165
That's what friends are for: not all friendships are created equal. May 1, 2015 1249
The good news about heresy: there may be heretics among us in the pews, but fear not--they pose the most threat to themselves. Apr 1, 2015 1249
Short Stories by Jesus. Brief article Mar 1, 2015 315
Lift high the cross: the crucified Christ is no more comfortable to confront in the 21st century than he was in the first. Column Mar 1, 2015 1264
Hope for Monday mornings. Feb 1, 2015 1313
If today you hear God's voice: the boy who heard God calling his name in the night found that following through was one tough job. Biography Jan 1, 2015 1263
While you wait: life is what happens when the apocalypse is late. Dec 1, 2014 1294
The proverbial woman. Nov 1, 2014 1281
Live for the moment: the death of a loved one can remind us to stop worrying about the past and focus on the present. Oct 1, 2014 1260
In the garden of good and evil: when snakes slither into the story, things might not always be what they sssssseem. Sep 1, 2014 1266
Circle of friends: developing relationships with Jewish friends--and with the Jewish faith--means occasionally stepping out of our own houses and into theirs. Aug 1, 2014 1255
Where you least expect it. Jul 1, 2014 1280
Fateful companion: from the days of Moses, God has had collaborators in every generation. Maybe now it's your turn. Jun 1, 2014 1269
On the broken road: even when world-crushing disappointment strikes, God promises each of us a surprise second act. Column May 1, 2014 1280
Pray anything: when it comes to prayer, sometimes you just need a guide to help you choose the right words. Apr 1, 2014 1236
The scenic route: lent takes us to the desert, the mountains, the well, and the tomb--a fitting travelogue for following the one who said "I am the way.". Mar 1, 2014 1206
The choice is yours: when we stop and consider our decision-making power, we realize that true freedom is about more than personal preference. Feb 1, 2014 1222
Do you see what I see? For Isaiah and his ilk, prophecy includes more than just an Uncanny ability to predict the future. Dec 1, 2013 1180
Living on the edge: judgment day lurks in the dark corners of our minds, even as we try to avoid thinking about it. Nov 1, 2013 1120
On-the-job training: Timothy and Titus show that the issues of church leadership have not changed all that much in 2,000 years. Oct 1, 2013 1247
Clear and present anger: if we are so committed to peace and goodwill, then why do we see so much wrath of biblical proportions? Essay Sep 1, 2013 1243
Keeping it real. Column Aug 1, 2013 1254
Working on commission. Jul 1, 2013 1265
The Nain event: when Jesus comforted the widow in Nain, he reached out to all grieving mothers. Jun 1, 2013 1261
Crisis averted: the locusts are always hungry--and always eating--the Prophet Joel warns. He calls us to repentance and toward the Lord who can save us. May 1, 2013 1323
Seventy angry men: who were the 70 elders of the Sanhedrin, and how did they get to be the deciders of Jesus' fate? Apr 1, 2013 1171
In with the old: intriguing discover await in the more neglected books of the Old Testament. Mar 1, 2013 1227
Close encounters: being invited to a divine encounter is not really that uncommon, but are we ready to respond? Feb 1, 2013 1098
Buy the book: not all Bibles are created equal. Here's how to not get lost in the translations. Jan 1, 2013 1090
What are you waiting for? God promised to send a messiah, but could anyone have expected the baby in the manger? Dec 1, 2012 1255
Power widows: societal outcasts thanks to the death of their husbands, the widows of the ancient world had no place to look but up, and increased their faith in God. Nov 1, 2012 1272
Mystery preacher: while we don't know who wrote the letter to the Hebrews, its message rings loud and clear. Oct 1, 2012 1236
You've got mail: word got around in the early church, thanks largely to letter writing. But who wrote the letters, and to whom, is still debated thousands of years later. Sep 1, 2012 1101
Prayer with a view: if we expect our prayer to illuminate the world, we should allow the world to shed light on our prayer. Aug 1, 2012 1229
CSI: Jerusalem: why does the City of David get blamed for killing God's prophetic messengers? Jul 1, 2012 1217
Minor prophets: for God, there is no such thing as being too young. Jun 1, 2012 1210
A joy to be around: amidst the suffering and death in the world, there is still room for hope, happiness, and life. May 1, 2012 1124
Rise to the occasion: whether stressed or sleepy, in solitude or strange company, the resurrection lifts both body and spirit. Apr 1, 2012 1088
Who decided which books made it into the Bible? Apr 1, 2012 459
Party of One. Book review Feb 1, 2012 323
Medicine man: illness and disability were realities in the ancient world. So was the healing power of Jesus. Feb 1, 2012 1197
Bless us, O Lord: the gifts that we receive deserve attention from God. Even roller skates. Dec 24, 2011 1260
At the Supper of the Lamb. Book review Dec 1, 2011 331
Lady with a past: the back story of the mother of God remains a mystery--but some have tried to fill in the gaps. Dec 1, 2011 1277
Over the hill: it's just a matter of time before everyone must cross to the other side. Nov 1, 2011 1248
Follow the leader: in the old testament, judges, kings, priests, and prophets all took a turn leading their people. Oct 1, 2011 1234
A word from the wise: the history of the book of Sirach is complicated, but it holds the wisdom of the ages. Sep 1, 2011 1138
Step by step: walking with Jesus, whether on water or in a blindfold, requires trust. Column Aug 1, 2011 1267
I'm gonna keep on loving you: even when Jesus is in need of compassion himself, he keeps giving it to others. Jul 1, 2011 1255
Taste and see: if you want to feast on the Eucharist, take a big bite out of the Bible. Column Jun 1, 2011 1261
Share the wealth: the early disciples had more in common than their faith in Jesus. So what does that mean for today's believers? May 1, 2011 1226
Traitors among us: is Judas hated because he is a failed apostle or because we see ourselves in him? Essay Apr 1, 2011 1261
Are there different lists of the Ten Commandments? Essay Apr 1, 2011 488
No place like home: real estate has its pitfalls, but what about investing in a spiritual home? Mar 1, 2011 1254
Wise up: without humility, older doesn't necessarily mean wiser. Essay Feb 1, 2011 1255

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