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March 24, 2008

Vol.198 / No.10

March 24, 2008

Matt Malone, S.J.March 24, 2008

Part VI: An Unnecessary War

Part VII: Peacefield

Patrick J. Ryan, S.J.March 24, 2008

I know several Abrahams. Let me mention three, two living and one dead. Ibrahim A. works on the maintenance staff of Loyola Jesuit College on the outskirts of Abuja in Nigeria. A Jukun from Taraba state in northeastern Nigeria, Ibrahim is a Catholic, although many of his closest relatives belong to

Gerald O'CollinsMarch 24, 2008

Pope Benedict and Peter's proclamation

Of Many Things
Maurice Timothy ReidyMarch 24, 2008

The awesome promise of the resurrection of the dead

Letters
March 24, 2008

Through Their Eyes If he could see things from the perspective of the Middle East, Gerard F. Powers (Our Moral Duty in Iraq, 2/18), might conclude that we have a moral obligation to leave Iraq now. In the view from afar, were not the solution for Iraq, but part of the problem. Consider that while we

Editorials
The EditorsMarch 24, 2008

Christians had been fleeing Iraq for years before the U.S. invasion in 2003. The ancient Assyrian Church of the East saw four-fifths of its members emigrate before 2000 and its ancient patriarchate transferred to Chicago. The government of Saddam Hussein persecuted the Assyrians because of their res

Faith in Focus
Peter HenriotMarch 24, 2008

Brazil experienced an economic boom in the late 1960s. With its gross national product growing handsomely at a rate of 7 percent to 8 percent, Brazil was praised by many development economists as an example of diversified, investment-led prosperity. But while the industries of Rio de Janeiro and Sã