Everyday Habits

Issue 50, Fall 2018

Issue 50

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We explore our embodied tendencies that shape perceptions and guide responses. Attending to habits can undo an oppressor’s bias.

  • Editorial: Some Habits Can Incarnate Hope
    Aiden Enns 6
  • Windows Uncovered
    Erica Hunt 9
  • The Hitchhiking Microcosm
    Pat Lussier 10
  • New Priorities
    Susan Huebert 14
  • Freedom Found in a Uniform
    Melissa Florer-Bixler 17
  • Living Simply, Alone
    Hannah Foulger 18
  • Joy from Abundant Waste
    Kathryn Schmidt 20
  • Local Connections Undo Consumerism
    Tobias Roberts 26
  • Strangers Help Me Be My Best Self
    Jane Spickett 28
  • From Laziness to Resistance
    Will O’Brien 30
  • Learning to Cross the River
    Riley Black 35
  • The Exterminating Angel (Movie Review)
    Mandy Elliott and Rachel Barber 38
  • Names Connect Us to Our Vitality
    Katie Blanchard 42
  • The Strangers’ Room
    Joe Kruse 44
  • Lament on Coast Salish Land
    Benjamin Hertwig and Céline Chuang 48
  • Regulars
  • Editorial: Some Habits Can Incarnate Hope
    Aiden Enns 6
  • Masthead
    Staff 52
  • Letters
    Geez readers 52
  • Civil Disobedience
    James Wilt 56
  • Grandmother, pastor, and priest sentenced to week in jail
  • Indianapolis church puts Mary and Joseph behind a fence
  • Feministry
    Bre Woligroski 60
  • Women deacons
  • Beyoncé Boulevard
  • Catholic Worker
    Lydia Wylie-Kellerman 61
  • Plowshares and religious freedom
  • Christian Peacemaker Teams
    Kathy Kern 62
  • Sad anniversary in Colombia
  • Trapped on Lesvos
  • Poetry
  • Tesserae
    Amy LeBlanc 16
  • The Straight Lines of Cities
    Kelly Shepherd 40

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