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Religion and faith underlie three books

Book Reviews: Jesuit Fr. Gregory Boyle spreads the Gospel notion of Jesus Christ's radical kinship; Clare of Assisi believed to be the first woman in the history of the Catholic Church to write the constitution for her order; Amy Tan says her father loved God more than he loved his family

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Art historian takes readers on a words-only tour of the Sagrada Família

Book Review: One of the world's most controversial structures, this basilica was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984 because of Gaudí's innovative and artistic ability.

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New memoirs trace identity, exile and exclusion in Germany, Latvia and India

Book Review: Inara Verzemnieks' story is similar to Nina Willner's: Both present history through the eyes of those tyrannized by it. Both center on World War II and feature two sisters — one who stays with her parents enduring extreme deprivation and the other who leaves the homeland for a better life in the U.S.

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Staying power: a poet’s place in God’s agenda

Book Review: Czeslaw Milosz did not consider himself to be a Catholic poet. But in his later years, he noted that all of his thinking had a religious aspect, and in that sense, he said, his poetry was also religious

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Earthly gossip and heavenly voices

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Hidden children, hidden identities

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Tenacity, poetry, irony in three memoirs

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Catholic exodus spurs call for change

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