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Re-enchanting the World

October 10, 2016

Vol. 215 / No. 10

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Patrick Gilger, S.J.August 16, 2016

The re-enchantment of the world may never be global, but perhaps it can be Catholic.

Elizabeth DrescherSeptember 19, 2016

It is a good idea to share the love when someone new comes along, even if they are looking for the Poliwag, the Poliwhirl and the Poliwrath rather than the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.September 28, 2016

In spite of our common progress, the country is still beset by the consequences of our original sin: lingering racial prejudice and outright bias, and deep distrust between Americans of different races and between large swaths of our citizenry and those charged with protecting and serving them.

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Our readersSeptember 28, 2016

Asylum versus ImmigrationRe “Step Up on Syrian Refugees” (Current Comment, 9/19): The editors’ comment on the Syrian refugee issue is certainly needed and welcome, but America continues to miss the important distinction between asylum and immigration. Thus the statement that &

Demonstrators rally at Monument Circle in Indianapolis March 28 to protest a religious freedom bill signed in to law by Indiana Gov. Mike Pence. (CNS photo/Nate Chute, Reuters)
The EditorsSeptember 27, 2016

For generations, the church has provided support for millions of Americans, regardless of religion.

Lance Compa September 28, 2016

Candidates will have to combine American Amnesia’s policy prescriptions with a broader call to Americans’ better angels. Otherwise, Hacker and Pierson’s next book might well be titled American Dementia.

Robert Emmett CurranSeptember 28, 2016

Of the six jurisdictions that constituted the Society of Jesus in the United States in 1900, five of them owed their origin to Jesuit immigrants of the mid-to-late 19th century.