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January 21-28, 2013

Vol. 208 / No. 2

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Helen Prejean, C.S.J.January 09, 2013

Catholics now support the death penalty at a lower rate than the general population.

Politics & Society
Kevin ClarkeJanuary 09, 2013

As we approach the fourth anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti, a look back the efforts to rebuild the country.

David GolemboskiJanuary 09, 2013

The American church's widespread and intense commitment to Latin America has waned.

Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.January 09, 2013

In the context of globalization, the question “who is my neighbor” is both urgent and complex.

January 09, 2013

Coastal PlanningIn a letter to the editor (“Stupid Human Tricks,” 12/24), William F. Klosterman passionately addresses the difficulties caused by building on the sea coast. But he utterly fails to propose any reasonable solutions. Is he suggesting that New Orleans—with all its hist

The EditorsJanuary 09, 2013

Rethinking the U.S. relationship with Latin America

Arts & Culture Ideas
James T. KeaneJanuary 09, 2013

Despite his popular image, Jack Kerouac was born and died a self-identified Catholic.