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  Volume 16, Number 1, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Preface

pp. 4-13
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Francis Poulenc, Profane and Sacred

pp. 14-30
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"Religion and Culture" and "Faith and the Renewal of Society" in Christopher Dawson and Pope Benedict XVI

pp. 31-69
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"Behold a Pale Horse": Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta and the "Experience of Nothingness"

pp. 70-82
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Virtuous Meat Consumption: A Virtue Ethics Defense of an Omnivorous Way of Life

pp. 83-100
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The Sacred Is Still Beautiful: The Liturgical and Theological Aesthetics of Pope Benedict XVI

pp. 101-125
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The Confessions of Walker Percy

pp. 126-150
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Truth and Lies in a Chestertonian Sense: Father Brown and the Fault of the Depraved Saint

pp. 151-163
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Reconsiderations

A New Heart: Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet on Conversion

pp. 164-170
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For the Profession of Madame de La Vallière

pp. 171-189
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Contributor Notes

pp. 190-192
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Research Areas

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