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Mary M. Foley discusses the four years she spent as a pastoral life coordinator in a Midwest parish. Drawing on her article, "Exceptional Pastoring," from the March 9 issue of America, Foley details the responsibilities of a lay leader charged with leading a parish, and the growing pains that can ensue when a woman takes on a role traditionally held by an ordained man.

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Karen Sue Smith shares travel tales from her trips to Western Europe and Japan. Karen's article, "The World by Chair," from our March 2 issue, explores the lure of travelling in place.

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James Martin, S.J., America's culture editor, and Bill McGarvey of BustedHalo.com analyze "Milk," "Slumdog Millionaire" and the other Oscar nominees for Best Picture of 2008.

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James R. Kelly of Fordham University anaylzes the radical roots of the abortion movement, looking back at the days when peace activists like Tom Cornell and Gordon Zahn sought to link their anti-war activities with the fight against legalized abortion. With the advent of a new Democratic adminitration, Kelly argues now is the time for the pro-life movement to recover that consistent ethic of life. Read Kelly's article from the February 16 issue of America, "Finding Renewal."

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