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February 11, 2008

Vol.198 / No.4

February 11, 2008

Costas PanagopoulosFebruary 11, 2008

Campaign financing and the race for president

Camille D'Arienzo, R.S.M.February 11, 2008

Preparations for the 10th Annual Service for Families and Friends of Murder Victims last October turned out to be both fatiguing and exhilarating. Members of the Cherish Life Circle, which sponsored the service, know what it is like for mourners to come, some year after year and others for the first

Matt Malone, S.J.February 11, 2008

This article was supposed to have been a post-mortem analysis of the 2008 presidential primary season. At least that’s what I thought I would write when I first proposed it. But that was back in the halcyon days of another era (exactly six weeks ago), when our understanding of American politics

George M. AndersonFebruary 11, 2008

How did you happen to go to Cambodia? I left the United States in 1979 to work as a physician’s assistant with Jesuit Refugee Services in camps on the Thailand-Cambodia border; it was the time of the Khmer Rouge slaughter of Cambodians, the so-called killing fields. Initially I was to stay onl

Maurice Timothy ReidyFebruary 11, 2008

The relationship between the art world and the Catholic Church in recent years has been, to say the least, strained. To pick two prominent examples, Andres Serrano’s photograph “Piss Christ” was condemned by Catholic leaders when it was first shown in 1989, as was Chris Ofili&#8217

Maurice Timothy ReidyFebruary 11, 2008

America is pleased to introduce its first audio slide show. Catholic artist Alfonse Borysewicz, profiled in the February 11 issue, narrates a tour of his work. Watch the slide show.