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Volume 1 (Browse contents)
Joy Dance: I celebrate your joy.
This poem was written by Krista's good friend Jeremy in Santa Cruz, Bolivia for Krista Hunt Ausland on the night of Krista's death. Aaron Ausland writes: "Jeremy Funk was a co-worker of ours who was teaching in Bolivia. He has cerebral palsy, which may help you understand some of the imagery in his poem. He is a dear friend and a gifted writer, a gentleman and a scholar. This poem, this song of love and lamentation will always be very dear to me."
Prayer of Archbishop Oscar Romero
Archbishop Oscar Romero
Tensions, Questions, Paradigms
Krista Hunt Ausland
This is a poem by Krista written while she was studying abroad in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.
Book Review: Theirs is the Kingdom, by Robert D. Lupton
Music Review: Children of the Revolution: Liberation
Volume 2 (Browse contents)
Smithsonian Goes Native
The Smithsonian recently opened the National Museum of the American Indian. Rachel was there, reflecting on her cultural and spiritual identity.
Book Review: "Walking with the Poor"
Volume 3 (Browse contents)
Tapestry: Local Weavings of World Music
Volume 4 (Browse contents)
L'Arche Photo Essay
A Search for Home
What or who makes a home? An artist reflects on her painting.
Book Review: Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life by Barbara Kingsolver with Steven L. Hopp and Camille Kingsolver