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February 15, 2010

Vol.202 / No.4
Signs Of the Times
February 15, 2010

"As a theologian and apologist, the archbishop has heightened readers’ receptivity to transcendence and opened their minds to revelation,” Father Drew Christiansen said.

Rowan Williams February 15, 2010

Your Excellency, Your Grace, Reverend Fathers, brothers and sisters: to be here today is for me an enormous delight and a quite unexpected honor; and my first task is simply to say, from my heart, a very warmest thank you to America magazine, to the Jesuits, to you who have

Books
Micah Mattix February 15, 2010

Few poets today would risk the cool chuckle of the critic, but Franz Wright does.

Signs Of the Times
February 15, 2010

After a year of public clashes between bishops and some Catholic colleges, Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick urged university presidents to forge stronger relationships with their local bishops.

Editorials
The Editors February 15, 2010

This is the winter of our discontent. And the Senate is mostly to blame.

Film
John Anderson February 15, 2010

Like Charles Darwin, the film “Creation” seems inclined to think that God and evolution can co-exist.

Maurice Timothy Reidy February 15, 2010

On January 25 Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury, accepted the 2009 Campion Award from the editors of America. A renowned scholar, theologian, ecumenist, pastor, professor and poet, Archbishop Williams is the author of more than a score of books. Drew Christiansen, S.J, the editor-in-chief