- "Unmasked," Heather Cox Richardson discusses Revealing America's History Through Comic Books (pg. 16)
- "Revelation and Interreligious Dialogue," former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams's talk (pg. 36)
- "The Humanistic Tradition: What's the Point?" the complete talk by John W. O'Malley, SJ (pg. 39)
- "Forever Young," flipbook of every senior portrait in Sub Turri from 1913 to 2007 (pg. 15)
- "In Conclusion," faculty describe 10 popular courses (pg. 30)
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From the C21 bookshelf
The Church in the 21st Century Center released three new books during the 2012–13 academic year, drawn from symposia that took place on campus and from the center’s magazine, C21 Resources.
Catholic Spiritual Practices: A Treasury of Old and New, edited by School of Theology and Ministry (STM) faculty members Colleen M. Griffith and Thomas H. Groome
Essays by more than 20 theologians examine pathways to enhancing one’s Catholic faith—from the Lord’s Prayer and retreats to online resources.
Encountering Jesus in the Scriptures, edited by STM faculty members Daniel J. Harrington, SJ, and Christopher R. Matthews
A collection of 14 essays explores the identity of Jesus in the light of current New Testament scholarship.
New Voices in Catholic Theology, edited by Anna Bonta Moreland, assistant professor of humanities, Villanova University, and Joseph Curran, associate professor of religious studies, Misericordia University
A dozen scholars describe new directions in religious pluralism, Catholic higher education, and systematic theology.