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April 12, 2010

Vol.202 / No.12
Signs Of the Times
April 12, 2010

Vatican authorities emphasized that it was the pope who, as Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, pushed for harsher measures against abusers.

Signs Of the Times
April 12, 2010

Twice during Holy Week liturgies, the pope was caught unawares when his aides spoke passionately about the barrage of criticism the pontiff has faced. 

Current Comment
The EditorsApril 12, 2010

The Bishops and Health Care; Census Controversy

Books
Vincent D. RougeauApril 12, 2010

Thea Bowmans struggle to open the Catholic Church to African-American spirituality.

Signs Of the Times
April 12, 2010

A Vatican commission expressed the hope that bishops and priests deprived of freedom would be allowed to resume their pastoral ministry.

Signs Of the Times
April 12, 2010

L'Osservatore Romano hailed the new U.S.-Russia disarmament treaty on April 7 as a "significant and courageous step toward international security"

David CortrightApril 12, 2010

Reviving the nuclear nonproliferation agenda