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Books

The Thane Struts Again
Harvey Cox on why Macbeth is popular again
7/03/00

South Bronx Salvation
Jonathon Kozol spends a year with schoolchildren in New York's poorest neighborhoods. With a review by Kim Phillips-Fein
5/15/00

Hardwired to God
Deepak Chopra's "How to Know God" says we have a natural connection to the divine.
By Phil Catalfo
3/9/00

Sparring Over Spong
Two reviews--pro and con--of controversial Bishop John Shelby Spong's autobiography.
3/6/00

Daughter of Fortune
The spiritual lessons hiding in Oprah's book club
2/20/00

'I Do in Part Believe It'
Harvey Cox on Shakespeare's Christmas
12/19/99

Music

A Talk with Moby

Klezmer Cubano
A profile of klezmer trumpeter Steven Bernstein, with an introduction to klezmer.
By Jill Maxi Schreibman
3/31/00

Movies, TV & Video

The Long Shadow of the '70s

Keeping the Faith
With an essay by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach

American Psycho
with an interview with director Mary Harron

Erin Brockovich

A Map of the World

The Beach

The Cup

God's Army

Jesus: The Miniseries
CBS gives us a new, political Jesus
by Ed McNulty
5/12/00

Can We Be Good Without Charlie Brown?
'Peanuts' and Charles Schultz's faith
by Michael G. Maudlin
2/12/00

The Vatican's List of Best Films
From the National Conference of Catholic Bishops
12/8/99

CD-ROMs

The Bible Unbound
Christian CD-ROM Bible study guides
By Karen Jones
3/28/00

Material World

Remembering John Hejduk
The architect put his Catholic faith to practice in his theoretical work
By Emily Oren
8/23/00
Body Art: Modern Rites of Passage
Tattoos are tribal, sacred, and have never been hotter.
By Paul Raushenbush
2/25/00

Travel

Infidels at Ramadan
In Istanbul as the fast is broken
By Carla Power
1/19/00
The Little Miracle of Chimayo
An HIV positive couple go digging for hope
By Kevin Bentley
1/18/00

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