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March 3, 2008

Vol.198 / No.7
Of Many Things
Drew Christiansen March 03, 2008

A cold rain is the worst winter weather.

March 03, 2008

Messy but Responsible Gerald F. Powers makes a strong argument in Our Moral Duty in Iraq (2/18) in defense of the responsible transition position of the U.S. bishops toward withdrawal from Iraq, though the exit end of the transition process gets lost along the way. His article argues that in the abs


Glendon Arrives as New U.S. Ambassador in Rome The new U.S. ambassador to the Holy See, Mary Ann Glendon, arrived in Rome Feb. 15 and said she looked forward to working with the Vatican on issues of religious freedom and religious tolerance. Glendon, a Harvard University law professor, has served w

Olga Bonfiglio March 03, 2008

Although most Americans regard Sept 11 2001 as a day that changed the world the investigative reporter Craig Unger would argue that the presidential election in 2000 served as a point of convergence for certain groups of people who helped create what he calls 8220 the greatest foreign policy d

Karen Sue Smith March 03, 2008

Praying with art for Lent and Easter

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The Editors March 03, 2008

Really short stories, Australia's apology, Darfur's displaced

Karen Sue Smith March 03, 2008

Editorial Director Karen Sue Smith meditates on three images for Lent and Easter. Watch the audio slide show.