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September 8, 2008

Vol.199 / No.6
Russell B. Connors, Jr. September 08, 2008

Charles E Curran is a highly regarded theologian whose works have been widely read and appreciated by colleagues for nearly 50 years He is also well known beyond the academy in the best sense he has been a ldquo man of the church rdquo who has not shied away from controversy when he thought t

Faith in Focus
Kyle T. Kramer September 08, 2008

Finding God in moments that surprise us

September 08, 2008

The Democrats and Abortion Debates will continue on the efficacy of criminalization as an antidote to the practice of abortion, but I agree heartily with John F. Kavanaugh, S.J. (“Dear Senator Obama,” 8/18) that it would be folly to put all our eggs in that one basket. I hope someone on

Of Many Things
John W. Donohue September 08, 2008

The restless mind of Norris Clark, S.J.

Thomas J. Healey September 08, 2008

The first visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the United States focused the media on many of the ills plaguing the Catholic Church, from the sexual abuse scandals to the shortage of priests to the shuttering of schools and parishes by cash-starved dioceses. What receives virtually no exposure, by contrast

Douglas W. Kmiec September 08, 2008

John Kavanaugh, S.J., is one of those scholars who enriches every dialogue to which he brings his voice. I’ve long admired his provocative scholarship challenging the consumerist orientation of the American culture. The challenging “ethics across the curriculum program” that he directs at St.