New today from the Century:
- John Buchanan on his education in grief and pastoral care: "When I became a student pastor I had no idea what I
was getting into.
The first thing that happened after we moved into the tiny parsonage was that Johnny Johnson
died." (subscription required)
- Deb Bendis reviews David McCullough: In the 1830s, dozens of young Americans were heading east instead of west, across the Atlantic to
France. David McCullough immersed himself in their letters, diaries,
lectures and memoirs and has shaped the material into a fine popular
history of both individual travelers and the French era that they sailed
into." (subscription required)
- We are the Tumblrs: "If you haven't been following the conversation around Occupy Wall
Street, it's perhaps best summarized in terms of the Tumblrs."
- A pro-choice GOP frontrunner? "I don't normally go for gotchas based on political candidates'
rambling improvisations. But this one is hard to ignore."
In the news:
- In Philippines, native wisdom enhances Christian spirituality
- Church wrestles with growth of Wisconsin shrine to Mary
- Vatican hails end of Gadhafi regime
- St. Paul's Cathedral closes, asks protesters to leave
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