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May 4, 2009

Vol.200 / No.14
Books
Marie Anne MayeskiMay 04, 2009

Sister Marilyn Lacey rsquo s account of her journey to and through the experience of working with refugees can be read first of all as an adventure story It is her own adventure but also that of the many refugees she meets told with a simple directness that engages the reader from the outset Li

Signs Of the Times
May 04, 2009

Currently, if anything about Christianity is taught, it is about the Crusades and the Inquisition. There is no teaching of comparative religion.

Current Comment
The EditorsMay 04, 2009

Reviving Amtrak; New York's New Archbishop

Books
Thomas J. ShelleyMay 04, 2009

Roger Collins' history of the papacy, reviewed

Signs Of the Times
May 04, 2009

Archbishop Sheehan introduced the governor to Pope Benedict, saying, Holy Father, this is our governor and he just repealed the death penalty.

Daniel PhilpottMay 04, 2009

Justice and reconciliation in the aftermath of atrocities

Film
John A. ColemanMay 04, 2009

The Italian film "Gomorra" lends a more ominous meaning to the famous epithet, "See Naples and Die."