June 9, 2008
Is there a future for Christianity in Iraq?
One of the least reported stories of the Iraq war is the story of the humanitarian crisis it has spawned. While the media have covered the military debates, the fighting, the lives of soldiers and the politics surrounding the war, they have left largely untold the stories of close to five million di
How a small-town mayor implemented Catholic social teaching
An exhibit of the Danish artist Olafur Eliassons work is now on display at the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan and will soon be traveling to Dallas, Chicago and Sydney, Australia. Fr. Leo ODonovan reviews the exhibit in the June 9-16 issue of America. View a slideshow of images from the Eliasson e
Corrections and Clarifications Thank you for publishing the article “Human Bondage” (4/14), of which I am a co-author. I have received many positive responses to it. Because of an editorial error, however, which reversed my meaning, I need to correct and clarify an important point. Once
For many days now, British, French and American ships loaded with relief supplies have been sitting off Myanmar’s coast, waiting for permission to enter that country’s ports. The aid is urgently needed. Almost a month after Cyclone Nargis left at least 134,000 people dead or missing in M