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Opening Remarks (from the Editor)

The Fare Forward Interview with Ross Douthat, conducted by Peter Blair

“After Liberalism: Toward a Politics of the Common Good” by Jose Mena

“The Walker Percy Option” by Charlie Clark

“New York, New Jerusalem” by Susannah Black

“Raising a Molecular Family in an Atomic Age” by Matthew Loftus

“Detachment Parenting” by Brandon McGinley

“Art and the Work of Re-enchantment” by Diana Collins

“The New Stoicism” by Leah Libresco

“Made for Truth: Bl. John Henry Newman and the Question of Certainty” by Peter Blair

“Called to Wholeness: The Church’s Response to the Opiate Epidemic” by Sarah Clark

“Review: Jáchym Topol’s The Devil’s Workshop” by Eve Tushnet

“Review: Elizabeth Gouge’s The Little White Horse by Veery Huleatt

“Review: Eve Babitz’s Slow Days, Fast Company by Martyn Wendell Jones

“Review: Cristian Mungiu’s Graduation by Tim Markatos

“Review: William Langland’s Piers Plowman by Chase Padusniak

“Review: Alessandro Manzoni’s The Betrothed by William Brafford

“Review: LACMA’s Home–So Different, So Appealing by Meaghan Ritchey

“Review: The Beach Boys’ SMiLE Albums” by Harrison Lemke

“Review: Thorkild Hansen’s Arabia Felix by William Borman

“Review: Francis Spufford’s True Stories and Other Essays by Chris Morgan

“Review: Karl Polanyi’s The Great Transformation by Josh Alexakos

“Review: Joseph Ratzinger’s Introduction to Christianity” by Joshua Tseng-Tham

“Review: Andrew Willard Jones’s Before Church and State by Kevin Gallagher

Cocktail: “In the Bleak Midwinter” by T.K. Bloom