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March 5, 2012

Vol.206 / No.7
Letters
March 05, 2012

Allies, Not Enemies Thank you for the reasonable, eloquent argument in “Taking Liberties” (Editorial, 2/13). Countless numbers of progressive Catholics worked long and hard for health care reform all across this country and believed that this delicate little issue would get resolved as p

Art
Paul Mariani March 05, 2012

Following a saint through Spain

Mary Ann Glendon March 05, 2012

How religious liberty could become a second-class right

Signs Of the Times

Support for a religious exemption to the contraceptive mandate in the U.S. health reform plan is stronger among Catholics than among the general population.

Editorials
The Editors March 05, 2012

The present campaign fails to acknowledge that claims of religious liberty may collide with the right to health care.

Columns
Maryann Cusimano Love March 05, 2012

Why does the United States urge peacebuilding abroad but not at home?

Books
Mary Donnarumma Sharnick March 05, 2012

Umberto Eco's The Prague Cemetery is a dark and cynical novel.