March 25, 2013
Tracking the editorial path of a magazine and nation in conflict
I arrived in Rome in the rain, grateful for the end of a long, bumpy flight. Though tempted to kiss the ground, mimicking Blessed John Paul II’s customary arrival gesture, I opted not to; in my case, rather than an act of pious humility, it would have been an act of desperate relief. My fellow
Dad’s Retirement“Getting to Work,” by Patricia Ranft (2/18), provided an informative view of the theology of work and the legacy of Catholic theology on labor. But her attempt to apply this legacy to the 21st-century United States sounded like a Paul Ryan campaign rant.What was she
A quiet corner where perhaps we were better educated than we were in our classroom
Excerpts from America's editorials on Vietnam from between 1954 and 1974.
Paul Mariani S J has given us a first-rate product here All scholars of modern Chinese Christian history are in his debt as are all scholars of church history in any part of the world Mariani rsquo s strategy is simple To tell the story of the Communist attempt to subdue the recalcitrant Cath