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February 9, 2009

Vol.200 / No.4
News
February 09, 2009

High Hopes for U.S./Vatican Diplomacy VATICAN CITY--While registering its disappointment over an early presidential decision to restore funding to programs that offer abortions overseas, the Vatican has struck a predominantly positive tone as it opens relations with the administration of President B

Poem
Angela Alaimo O'Donnell February 09, 2009

“She had a sister called Mary,

Cornelius F. Murphy, Jr. February 09, 2009

When the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops published Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship in the fall of 2007, their intention was to give moral guidance to Catholics who would be voting in the 2008 elections. The subject of

Books
William A. Barry February 09, 2009

Father Joseph Langford co-founder with Mother Teresa of the Missionaries of Charity Fathers in 1983 believes that her spirituality is a gift for all people of our time hence he has undertaken this labor of love to make her spirituality more accessible By and large he succeeds although there are

Gerald F. Cavanagh February 09, 2009

The ethical legacy of Catholic business schools

Michael J. O'Loughlin February 09, 2009

Harold M. Messmer, Jr. holds an AB from Loyola University Chicago and is currently the chief executive officer of Robert Half International, the Menlo Park, California-based professional staffing and consulting firm that operates over 400 locations worldwide. Messmer was featured in a 2002 BusinessW

William J. O'Malley February 09, 2009

Essays on faith, science and teaching young people