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Yes, this may be an off-week for the print edition of America magazine, but that hardly means we’ve taken a week off. We are busily preparing our 92 page (!) centennial issue, featuring articles by Timothy Radcliffe, Helen Prejean and Elizabeth Johnson, among others. Look for it online next Friday.

Plus, for those missing their weekly America news fix, here is the newest edition of Signs of the Times, just posted online. Archbishop Burke’s apology to his fellow bishops, Notre Dame’s decision to invite President Obama for commencement, the fallout from the Isareli war in Gaza--it’s all right here.

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 A photo panel shows Pennsylvania Bishops Ronald W. Gainer of Harrisburg, David A. Zubik of Pittsburgh, Joseph C. Bambera of Scranton, Alfred A. Schlert of Allentown, Edward C. Malesic of Greensburg and Lawrence T. Persico of Erie. The Pennsylvania attorney general released a grand jury report Aug. 14 on a months-long investigation into abuse claims spanning a 70-year period in the six dioceses. (CNS photo/courtesy of the dioceses)
The state’s attorney general said that his office’s two-year investigation identified 301 priests who abused children and more than 1,000 victims.
One of the leading novelists of our age on faith, fiction and his distrust of religious institutions.
James T. KeaneAugust 14, 2018
Panel members Ivor Frank and Alexis Jay at a public hearing of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (courtesy of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse)
The new report finds evidence of appalling sexual and physical mistreatment of students as young as 7, as well as a culture of secrecy, at two abbey schools.
David StewartAugust 14, 2018
The Gospel calls on all of us to get past “analysis paralysis,” where direct action is always put off in favor of more research and discernment.
Mary M. McConnahaAugust 14, 2018