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November 12, 2007

Vol. 197 / No. 15

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Jim McDermottNovember 12, 2007

Three former general assistants consider Father Arrupe's legacy.

Charles M. SennottNovember 12, 2007

Over the years, my wife and I have developed an ear for war. After reporting from the Middle East for most of the last decade and covering the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq for The Boston Globe, I have seen and heard too much of it from too close. During one of my postings as The Globe’s bure

Kevin F. BurkeNovember 12, 2007

Remembering Father Pedro Arrupe on the centennial of his birth

Of Many Things
Maurice Timothy ReidyNovember 12, 2007

I graduated from journalism school in 2000, a heady time when newspapers were still hiring young people with enthusiasm but little experience. With a little help from a friend, I got a job at The Hartford Courant, a reputable midsize newspaper. During my three years at the Courant, management introd

November 12, 2007

Weve Got Issues Regarding Bishops on Citizenship (11/5), what about the other moral issues that face voters today? Once again, matters of conscience are reduced to bioethical issues. There is no denying that abortion, euthanasia, stem cell and cloning are significant, but so are the other life and j

The EditorsNovember 12, 2007

We must honor our soldiers before, during and after their service.

Faith in Focus
Leo J. ODonovanNovember 12, 2007

We thought we knew him, with that searching unsettling gaze of his, the man with a peasant face who became the master of light and shadow, saturated color and probing psychology. The guises in which he presented himself varied greatly: here as a soldier, there as a prince, now as a beggar or as a ki