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Just Catholic: It's important to consider the other person's point of view, but if you visit the "Heavenly Bodies" exhibit at the Met, get ready: It's about as "other" as you can get.
Book Review: Lakeland's book returns toward its end to the idea of the Catholic imagination, which is ultimately a sacramental one. Fiction can offer a world infused by grace in a manner that nonfiction and poetry might struggle to get across.
Appreciation: In his vision, the Divine imbued all matter, and the sacraments were aids to open our eyes to the richness of God's all-embracing love.
Eugene Cullen Kennedy was comfortable both inside powerful church circles and on the outside. He died Wednesday.