Thursday, October 30, 2003

My B&C blog is idle this week. So here again is the summary for last week:

Reflections on sacred spaces: When my new home church, the gorgeous neo-Gothic Fourth Presbyterian, was invaded by Cameron Diaz, "pay-per-view" cathedrals in Italy, and more on how cultural values shaped the history of church architecture in America. Also, a postcard from Phil Christman in St. Paul; Wal-Mart goes to China (while store #3297 speaks out in The Onion); The Eighties are back (again); homeless hotels in New York City; the too-much-homework myth; The Vatican as "saint factory"; a roundup of the most well-written recent movie reviews; and more... link/archive

Or, some digest segments from the archive worth revisiting:

3/17 | 4/7 | 4/28 | 6/9 | 7/7 | 7/14

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