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January 7, 2008

Vol. 198 / No. 1

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Austen IvereighJanuary 07, 2008

The reception on Dec. 21 into the Catholic Church of the UKs former prime minister, Tony Blair, has echoes of Americas JFK moment, when the old ghosts of suspicion about divided allegiances (Rome or home?) were laid to rest. Yet the fact that it has happened some months after resigning as prime mini

Alon Ben-MeirJanuary 07, 2008

Although the recently published National Intelligence Estimate has changed the nature of the international discussion about Irans nuclear ambition, it has not answered the question of Irans ultimate intention to acquire nuclear weapons. Whereas the intelligence estimate suggests with high probabilit

The EditorsJanuary 07, 2008

Submissions due March 31; $1,000 prize

Thomas A. ShannonJanuary 07, 2008

Remembering a Catholic pacifist and founder of Pax Christi USA

Austen IvereighJanuary 07, 2008

Heres a sneak peek at the lead story from the January 7-14 issue, on Tony Blairs journey to the Catholic Church, and why he was advised not to convert while still in office.

Daniel J. MorrisseyJanuary 07, 2008

Can Catholics be a force against the economic inequities of our times?

Of Many Things
Drew ChristiansenJanuary 07, 2008

Love of neighbor and Christian-Muslim dialogue