7 February 2003
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The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, have a vocations problem: they cannot build fast enough to accommodate all their novices. They are not the only women’s religious orders struggling to cope with rising numbers, say Joanna Bogle and Jim Graves. Elsewhere in this issue, Martin Mosebach tells the gripping story of Matthew Ayariga, the West African who found himself among the Coptic martyrs of Libya. We publish the early columns of the beloved late art critic Sister Wendy Beckett, and our “Agony Priest” Fr George Rutler answers readers’ questions. Enjoy the issue.