What Remains

September 12, 2016

Vol.215 / No.6

September 12, 2016

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Politics & Society
Robert David SullivanAugust 25, 2016

American Catholics translate to about 20 percent of all registered voters, but they may have an outsized effect on Trump's chances.

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E. Jane DoeringSeptember 01, 2016

For Weil, work puts us in touch with ourselves, with others, with the exterior world.

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Jonathan Malesic September 01, 2016

We have to ask if the idea of vocation as a stable place in the world applies to the way careers operate in the American economy.

Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.September 01, 2016

Jeering fellow Catholics as they enter the church is neither Catholic nor particularly pro-life.

Letters
Our readersSeptember 01, 2016

Incompatible PositionsRe “Defend the Hyde Amendment” (Editorial, 8/15): There is no such thing as a pro-life Democratic Party position. It was excluded from the party in 1992 when they refused to let Pennsylvania’s Gov. Bob Casey Sr. (a defendant in that year’s Supreme Court

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Editorials
The EditorsSeptember 01, 2016

The lives of readers are likely to be not only longer but deeper.

Faith in Focus
Christopher PramukSeptember 01, 2016

It is in our acts of mercy, not retribution, that we share in the very life of God.