New today from the Century:
- Suzanne Guthrie on finding peace at a monastery: "I see the sign and drive past. I know two monks there, and I've been grabbing at every possible lead. But I'm too ashamed to turn in." (subscription required)
- Harold Bush reviews Charles Duhigg, whose "book will remind readers of Malcolm Gladwell's best work. It represents the best 'popular brain science' genre can offer."
- Janet Edwards on the Supreme Court and same-sex marriage
- Ben Stewart blogs the lectionary: "The springtime symbolism of Easter has been trivialized by cartoonish Easter grass, bunnies and butterflies. But early Christian interpretations of Easter drew deeply on springtime imagery."
- Carol Howard Merritt on technology and identity