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November 12, 2018

Vol. 219 / No. 11

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Faith Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.November 02, 2018

“Each of the models brings out certain important and necessary points, but any model used in isolation will lead to distortions because each model exhibits only a particular reality” of the child of God and disciple of Jesus Christ who was Avery Dulles.

Faith Your Take
Our readersNovember 02, 2018

“If they care about money above all, maybe they will listen to our outrage more once they suffer financially.”

Magazine Your Take
Our readersNovember 02, 2018

“Am I interested and concerned about the widening sex abuse scandal? Heck yes. It deeply grieves me. But I trust God’s work within our church.”

Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsNovember 02, 2018

The apparently state-sanctioned murder of Mr. Khashoggi offers the administration an opportunity to step back and reassess not just its relationship with the Saudi royal family but the overall mission of the United States throughout the Middle East.

Faith Editorials
The EditorsNovember 02, 2018

We must pray for the grace to proceed boldly wherever the painful truth of our failures leads us, trusting in the One who is faithful to the end.

A young Yazidi woman sits with her three children inside a tent for displaced persons in northern Iraq on May 28, 2017. They fled the 2014 ISIS advance in which many Yazidis were killed and others, especially women and children, captured and trafficked by ISIS. (iStock/Joel Carillet)
Politics & Society Short Take
Jeff FortenberrySeptember 12, 2018

U.S. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry argues that as beleaguered religious minorities in Iraq hang on for their very survival, the survival of religious pluralism itself is also at stake.

Father Michael Nixon and parishioner work a volunteer table at St. Dominic Catholic Church in Panama City, Fla. Photo by Atena Sherry.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Atena SherryOctober 18, 2018

Much like New Orleans’ Ninth Ward after Hurricane Katrina, the low-income neighborhoods east of Panama City, where St. Dominic is located, were especially hard-hit by the storm. Now residents here are desperate for help.