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In the cover story Gary G. Yerkey writes that the Rev. Malcolm Boyd, “who has served as writer-in-residence for the Diocese of Los Angeles since 1996, with an office at the Cathedral Center, became a ‘celebrity priest’ to his surprise in 1965 with the publication of a slim but edgy book of prayers called Are You Running With Me, Jesus? It became a runaway bestseller with an estimated one million copies in print worldwide. He says a review in The Living Church captured the book’s essence.”

Leaders Praise Court’s Twin Rulings

Malcolm Boyd at 90
By Gary G. Yerkey

The Christian Art of Dying by Allen Verhey
Life After Death by Anthony C. Thiselton
Speaking of Dying by Fred Craddock, Dale Goldsmith, and Joy V. Goldsmith
Review by Philip Turner

Great Christian Thinkers by Pope Benedict XVI
Review by Peter Widdicombe

Catholic Voices
Living with Difference
By Colin Podmore

By Ephraim Radner

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