Spring 2015

Volume 21, Number 4+




Go, So They Can Dance

Catherine Groves

With this issue in its final layout stages, Catherine Groves dashed to the Post Office and mailed a proofreading copy to Judith Eir Landaiche, C*NAQ's Editorial Assistant, on February 23, 2015. But that turned out to be the day Judith died. In "Go, So They Can Dance," Groves shares the story of her sudden passing.

Through the Editor's Eyes

What's the Matter with You?

Catherine Groves

In "What's the Matter with You?" — purposely titled to be slightly provocative — Catherine Groves explores you and what is the matter with you, especially as it pertains to interfaith dialog. (Now did you think we'd give away the pith of the piece by offering more than a cryptic description? In any event, it's not about what you might expect!)

Confessions of a Christianophobe

N. Michel Landaiche, III 

Our featured reprint this time around hails from our October-December 2001 issue. Here, N. Michel Landaiche, III, confronts his own inner depths as he grapples with his uneasy relationship to Christianity. Especially those readers who have struggled to either embrace or reject the influences of Christian culture and upbringing will be stirred by this intensely moving essay.

The Letters Library

C*NAQ readers speak out

An expanded "Letters Library" shares the thoughts of Wendell E. Wilkinson; Rosalyn Becker, author of Unveiling the Soul: Spirituality in the Dimension of Opposites; Rodney Leighton of Rodney's Fanac; Frederick Moe of the American Amateur Press Association; and more. 


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