No More Nukes?

May 4, 2015

Vol. 212 / No. 15

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May 4, 2015

CARE OF SOULS. Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas of Tucson greets men entering a soup kitchen in Nogales, in northern Mexico, in 2014.

Catholicism is undergoing an epochal transformation. For more than a millennium dogma has been the hard core of church life, defining who is in and who is out. Partisans have fought over the correct way to define Christian belief; they condemned their opponents and persecuted them as heretics.In thi

Kevin ClarkeApril 22, 2015

There is an oddly anachronistic feel to talk about the abolition of nuclear weapons. Like watching Civil Defense films of the 1960s, contemporary calls to ban the bomb provoke a disorienting déjà vu, recalling a different, more paranoid and dangerous time. After all, with the Cold War over—s

Robert EllsbergApril 22, 2015

I once heard Dorothy say, “When they call you a saint, it means basically that you are not to be taken seriously.”

Of Many Things

While Fr. Malone is away, Michael Rossmann, S.J., introduces readers to The Jesuit Post.

The EditorsApril 22, 2015

Today negotiators in Vienna announced a deal to limit Iran's nuclear program.

Faith in Focus
Kerry WeberApril 22, 2015

It is a Sunday morning in 1992, and I am 10 years old and visiting relatives in the midwest. We head to church, pile into a pew, sit, stand and then sing the entrance hymn at Mass. I happen to look up from my missalette just as two girls who are about my age walk up the aisle; they are wea

Thomas MurphyApril 22, 2015

'Massacre,' by John Merriman