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A garden in the city

An Episcopal parish in the city has found a creative way to use their space to both grow food and reduce their carbon footprint.

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John Updike and the art of faith

Alex Beam, writing in the Boston Globe, writes with both admiration and wonder at the faith of John Updike. Or more accurately, about Updike’s decision not to make “the leap of unfaith.”

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C.S. Lewis: Spy?

Everybody knows that Ian Fleming and John LeCarre based their literary creations on their serving time in British intelligence during World War II. Now we learn that C.S. Lewis also served MI6 during World War II.

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