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September 22, 2008

Vol.199 / No.8

September 22, 2008

J. Daniel DymskiSeptember 22, 2008

How will priests fund their retirement?

Donald J. MooreSeptember 22, 2008

The innocent victims of wartime violence

Jacques MaritainSeptember 22, 2008

I am expected, I was told, to say a few words about the “Apostolate of the Pen.” Let me confess that I would prefer not to do so, for I am afraid of big words. Moreover, any expression intended to designate some human activity should be used by those it concerns to mean the kind of task

Mark StricherzSeptember 22, 2008

Barack Obama's debt to a Catholic boss

Of Many Things
Jeff JohnsonSeptember 22, 2008

The art of teaching, especially for the rookie, is counterintuitive.

Letters
September 22, 2008

And God Saw That It Was Good As both a scientist and a Christian, I appreciated “Teaching Evolution,” by Paul Cottle (9/15). But there are several important theological aspects of the debate that he and other Christian apologists for evolution seem to ignore. First, a basic tenet of evol