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November 3, 2008

Vol.199 / No.14

November 3, 2008

William R. O'NeillNovember 03, 2008

Learning to love, not hate, after 9/11

Mark Silk, Andrew WalshNovember 03, 2008

The end of the Catholic vote as we have known it

Of Many Things
George M. AndersonNovember 03, 2008

A play about Dorothy Day

Letters
November 03, 2008

Historical Precedents In his guest editorial, “Racism and the Election” (10/27), Bishop Blase Cupich was correct to remind us of Archbishop Joseph Rummel, the courageous archbishop of New Orleans who in 1962 publicly excommunicated three Catholics, including a politician, for supporting

Editorials
The EditorsNovember 03, 2008

Too many people seeking asylum are turned away

Books
Denise Lardner CarmodyNovember 03, 2008

Reading Catholic and Feminist has been a strange experience The book centers on the years between 1960 and 1980 a two-decade slice of American Catholicism as lived by women and a few men trying to be true to their faith and their feminism The strangeness I felt stems from my coming of age durin

Books
Thomas J. MassaroNovember 03, 2008

Sovereignty is one of the most contested and yet indeterminate concepts in the field of political science The casual observer will know that it has something to do with ldquo unity of power rdquo ldquo legitimate right to govern rdquo and ldquo absolute control of territory rdquo but may st