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May 20, 2013

Vol. 208 / No. 17

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Politics & Society
Diarmuid MartinMarch 17, 2014

Renewing the Irish church from within.

James HanveyMarch 17, 2014

Margaret Thatcher’s historic and haunting legacy

Daniel P. HoranMarch 17, 2014

The Boston Marathon and the beginning of Christian hope

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

In the minds of many Britons, Margaret Thatcher was either the messiah or Mephistopheles.

Our readersMay 07, 2013

Weaving It TogetherI appreciated the focus on the new evangelization in the April 22 issue. “Mass Evangelization,” by Scott W. Hahn, proceeded further and deeper into the eucharistic mystery and its call, “Do this in memory of me.” Cultic practices rightly understand the cent

The EditorsMay 07, 2013

How we respond to events of inexplicable violence both reflects and shapes our values.

Faith in Focus
Mary ValleMay 07, 2013

I’m a Mary. My mom is a Mary. My older sister is a Bridget Mary. Although I was born in the decline-of-Mary era, I was never the sole Mary around, because I attended Catholic school, although some of my fellow Marys got to go by their middle names or nicknames. As a child, I wished that I had