January 3, 2011

Paul PhilibertJanuary 03, 2011

Over the past 37 years, English-speaking Catholics became accustomed to hearing a particular translation of the Latin text for the eucharistic prayer: “Take this, all of you, and drink from it: this is the cup of my blood, the blood of the new and everlasting covenant. It will be shed for you

George M. AndersonJanuary 03, 2011

There are not many of them left, those who worked closely with Dorothy Day, the founder with Peter Maurin of the Catholic Worker Movement. Among them is Tom Cornell, still vigorous in his mid-seventies, with only a cane to suggest his advanced years. During a July visit to America House, Cornell

William J. ByronJanuary 03, 2011

What exit interviews could teach us about lapsed Catholics

Of Many Things
Kerry WeberJanuary 03, 2011

Despite losing his job of 24 years, my father remains optimistic and focused.

Letters
January 03, 2011

Back to the Bronx Your current comment “The Bronx Eleven” (11/1) omitted one important consideration “in the confused context of how we deal with homosexuality.” This Jesuit-educated reader (Holy Cross and Fordham) believes that consideration is the most unfortunate attitude

Editorials
The EditorsJanuary 03, 2011

With possible civil war looming in Sudan, the international community must work to protect the innocent.