The News Never Stops...

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 14-year-old boy receives medical treatment at Suez Canal University hospital in Ismailia, Egypt, Friday, Nov. 24, 2017, after he was in injured during an attack on a mosque (AP Photo/Amr Nabil).
The pope described the attack as a “wanton act of brutality directed at innocent civilians gathered in prayer.”
Gerard O’ConnellNovember 24, 2017
“The Senate proposal is fundamentally flawed as written and requires amendment,” said Bishop Frank J. Dewane in a Nov. 22 letter to senators.
Pope Francis greets people at the “Regional Hub,” a government-run processing center for migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, in Bologna, Italy, Oct. 1. (CNS photo/L’Osservatore Romano)
Although he named no countries, Vatican observers believe he is referring especially to political leaders in several western and eastern European countries.
Gerard O’ConnellNovember 24, 2017
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