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September 8, 2008

Vol. 199 / No. 6

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September 8, 2008

Douglas W. KmiecSeptember 08, 2008

John Kavanaugh, S.J., is one of those scholars who enriches every dialogue to which he brings his voice. I’ve long admired his provocative scholarship challenging the consumerist orientation of the American culture. The challenging “ethics across the curriculum program” that he directs at St.

Thomas J. HealeySeptember 08, 2008

The first visit of Pope Benedict XVI to the United States focused the media on many of the ills plaguing the Catholic Church, from the sexual abuse scandals to the shortage of priests to the shuttering of schools and parishes by cash-starved dioceses. What receives virtually no exposure, by contrast

September 08, 2008

Latin was discarded; the celebrant about-faced; laymen were permitted to make themselves heard from the sanctuary; choirs were disbanded in favor of community sings. My God, it was beautiful! Or at least it would be, as soon as a few problems were worked out.... By now, however, the evidence indicat

Politics & Society
James T. Keane, Jim McDermottSeptember 08, 2008

Richard H. Tierney and America's foray into politics

Uwe E. ReinhardtSeptember 08, 2008

Cell A represents pure “socialized medicine” such as the V.A. health system. In that system government performs all of the basic functions listed in the article. Cells A to F represent “social insurance” systems. In these, government performs the financing and risk-pooling fu