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July 1, 2002

Vol. 187 / No. 1

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James VanOostingJuly 01, 2002

One can distinguish between two radically different approaches to making life choicesthe professional and the vocational. The professional approach is so familiar as to be a cultural commonplace. It has such primacy in personal power, economic currency and institutional warrant that it claims near m

John R. QuinnJuly 01, 2002

Since I became a bishop 32 years ago, I have seen and worked with priests all over the United States. I have been a bishop in a rural diocese and in an urban diocese. I have given priests’ retreats in the East, West and Midwest. I have worked with priests in committees and on the staff of the

Of Many Things
John W. DonohueJuly 01, 2002

The saints in glory, whether they have been formally canonized or not, are immune to irritation. Were that not the case, those canonized saints who were married men might have been chagrined to find their existence denied in a letter to the editor in the May 6 issue of The New Yorker.Thomas A. DiMag

Our readersJuly 01, 2002

Renewal on All Levels

There have been many excellent articles in America on the current crisis (6/3). Different perspectives, often complementary, have been presented. It was, however, refreshing to read Christopher Ruddy’s thoughts from the Second Vatican Council seeking

The EditorsJuly 01, 2002

The charter approved by the bishops at their spring meeting in Dallas on June 13-15 provides for zero tolerance: No priest who has abused a minor in the past, present or future will be allowed to act as a priest againno public Masses, no working in parishes or any other priestly ministry and no wear

Faith in Focus
Valerie SchultzJuly 01, 2002

If marriage is a source of sacramental grace, why are we as a church so uncomfortable about sex?

Michael V. TuethJuly 01, 2002

In the course of 50 years in and out of the theatrical spotlight Vincent Harke the Dominican priest who founded the renowned Department of Speech and Drama at The Catholic University of America in Washington D C attracted a host of admirers One of them a graduate of the department Mary Jo Sa