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April 13, 2009

Vol.200 / No.12
Signs Of the Times
April 13, 2009

"The budget choices of Congress have clear moral and human dimensions," the bishops said.

Of Many Things
Drew ChristiansenApril 13, 2009

This centennial issue is our thanks to you our readers, authors and benefactors.

Jim McDermottApril 13, 2009

Reminiscenses of America's editors and staff

Signs Of the Times
April 13, 2009

"These people have no alternative but to entrust themselves to human smugglers who often treat them as meat," said one human rights worker.

John F. KavanaughApril 13, 2009

'We Catholics are in danger of becoming known not by how we love but by how we hate.'

Charles R. MorrisApril 13, 2009

In 1938, America’s comparison of the terrors of Nazism with those in Spain was probably accurate. Fulton J. Sheen estimated that 12,000 clerics and 200,000 noncombatants had been murdered by the Spanish Republicans. Those numbers are too high, but not wildly so. Hugh Thomas, in

Michael V. TuethApril 13, 2009

In 'Irena's Vow,' one woman refuses to lose hope throughout one of the most horrible events in history.