My Take

The Bones of St. Peter

James T. Keane ’96, an editor at America magazine, recalls a trip he led with a group of students to the catacombs of the Church of San Silvestro in Capite in Rome.

Do Not Fear Grief

Loss and suffering in her and her students’ lives led a teacher to grief’s depths. Then she learned a deeper meaning of the words “Be not afraid.”

L.A.’s Unclaimed Dead

Each year, Los Angeles County sponsors a burial service for the those who have died within the county borders but whose bodies have gone unclaimed. Here is a reflection by writer Janet Kinosian, who attended the annual burial service in December 2017.

Summers of Love

In the 1960s, Margaret Grundstein M.A. ’02 lived a communal life in the backwoods of Oregon. Four decades later, she has learned that love is still currency.