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Foreign Policy Déjà Vu

September 26, 2016

Vol. 215 / No. 8

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Maryann Cusimano LoveSeptember 15, 2016

Despite the many pronouncements that the 2016 presidential election cycle is completely unprecedented, the biggest foreign policy debates in which this year’s candidates are engaged are actually very old.

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T. Howland SanksSeptember 15, 2016

All priests are in service to the church. The church, in turn, is in service to all humanity.

Faith Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.September 15, 2016

Deconstructionists, those intellectuals who make it their job to ask critical questions about our long-cherished collective stories, like to ask, among other things, who or what cause is best served by a given narrative. They might ask, for example, whose interests are served by a story that tells o

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Our readersSeptember 15, 2016

An Open InvitationSuperintendents and the National Catholic Educational Association respond to “Reinventing Catholic Schools,” by Charles Zech (8/29).Charles Zech fails to mention the incredible work being done in Catholic schools across the country today. As the superintendents of Catho

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The EditorsSeptember 13, 2016

How will we account for the signs of sin we encounter today?

James P. McCartinSeptember 15, 2016

“Ordinary moments make the life”—not the catastrophe that we humans experience, or imagine we will one day experience.

Arts & Culture Books
Luke HansenSeptember 15, 2016

Guantánamo Diary belongs in a canon of great social justice memoirs not only for the unique context in which the story was written but also for its power and eloquence.