vol. 11, num. 16 :: 2012.09.14 — 2012.09.27
A retrospective issue looking back at catapult magazine issues from 2002-2007.
Remembering the origins of the magazine after ten years of publishing.
A folk tale explores the creation of the world and the Fall--but what does the Fall have to do with the coyote's song? Featuring collages created by Ryan Vande Kraats.
Attending the January 11 homecoming party for recently pardoned Death Row inmates was a practical lesson in the value of fighting against corrupt, life-taking systems.
What is or is not appropriate for Christians to watch, observe, listen to and participate in? Some answers lie in a close exploration of Philippians 4:8.
Pedro the Lion?s David Bazan talks about the creative process, faith, and the community of Christian artists.
Building your own home can be a rewarding adventure when you apply your values.
On the difficulty of internalizing the gift of a twenty-four hour day
An exploration of the term justice.
On the significance of place in incubating an influential philosophy.
Some words about conscious personal care for women, with a warning to those who faint at the thought of seeing The Vagina Monologues.
A photo essay about an art installation at the historic Eastern State Penitentiary.
What happens when the Bible is elevated to the supreme way of knowing?
On cultivating a new attitude toward the busier-than-thou game.
The journey of a skill from a hobby to a spiritual discipline.
Pop and folk have their places, to be sure, but there's something different going on in rock 'n roll.
A workshop presented at Practicing Resurrection at Russet House Farm, August 11-12, 2006.
Even in a country you know by heart
its hard to go the same way twice
the life of the going changes.
The chances change and make a new way.
Any tree or stone or bird
can be the bud of a new direction. The
natural correction is to make intent
of accident. To get back before dark
is the art of going.
“Traveling at Home” from Traveling at Home
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