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March 1, 2010

Vol.202 / No.6

March 1, 2010

Arthur J. SerratelliMarch 01, 2010

To change indicates that one is alive. This applies to people, institutions and even language. It is a natural development even when it meets resistance, because we can become comfortable in old and familiar ways. The challenge of change is before Catholics now as the church in the United States and

Margarita A. MooneyMarch 01, 2010

As I grieved over the recent earthquake victims in Haiti, many friends who know of my close personal ties to that country sought to console me. Those ties began in 2001, when as an idealistic graduate student of sociology I undertook a dissertation project that compared how the Catholic Church assis

Rowan WilliamsMarch 01, 2010

Shakespeare, Edmund Campion and the grace of forgiveness

Arthur J. SerratelliMarch 01, 2010

To change means that one is alive. This applies to people, institutions and languages. Change is a natural development even when it meets resistance from those who have become comfortable with old, familiar ways. The challenge of change faces Catholics now, as the church in the United States and the

Of Many Things
James Martin, S.J.March 01, 2010

These days I look to children to remind me about enthusiasm.

Letters
March 01, 2010

Trillions for Defense Re “Weakened by Defense” (Editorial, 1/18): I don’t know whether I should smile or cry when I hear the word trillion used so glibly in the media today. How much is a trillion dollars? No human being has ever been able to count to a trillion for the simple re

Editorials
The EditorsMarch 01, 2010

Politicians need to hear from the American people that they are willing to make sacrifices for the future of the nation.