February 18, 2013

Vol.208 / No.5

February 18, 2013

The fields in Santa Tecla, El Salvador.
Patricia RanftFebruary 07, 2013

Entitlement societies and the devaluation of labor

Kevin ClarkeFebruary 07, 2013

New labor campaigns hope to turn low-wage work into a decent living.

Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.February 07, 2013

In honor of our 5,000 issue, a reflection from John LaFarge,S.J., on the magazine's 2,000 issue

Our readersFebruary 07, 2013

Faithful TheologiansRe “The Noble Enterprise” (2/4): Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl focuses on the important aspect of the ecclesial foundation of theologians. The role of faith in the theological task places revelation at the very center and implicitly indicates the worshipping community as i

The EditorsFebruary 07, 2013

For St. Augustine, fasting was avaricious unless one gave away what one saved.

Faith in Focus
Joe Hoover, S.J.February 07, 2013

This Lent, take firm hold of your flaws and gaze in confusion and wonder.

V. Bradley LewisFebruary 07, 2013

Thomas Jefferson was the closest thing to a philosopher-king we have ever had in the United States Jon Meacham rsquo s eminently readable and balanced new biography aims to recover the ldquo mortal Jefferson rdquo both philosopher and politician who blended the two roles in a way that reveals s