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March 31, 2014

Vol. 210 / No. 11

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Aaron PidelMarch 18, 2014

John C. Ford, S.J., (1902-89) has the rather dubious distinction of being one of the most eminent theologians of the 20th century and one of the least remembered in the 21st. Writing in the year of Father Ford’s death, Richard McCormick, S.J., could still vividly recall a time when Father Ford

Yokohama, Japan, February 2014.
Karen Sue SmithMarch 18, 2014

As memory of Fukushima dimmed, the antinuclear movement lost some momentum.

John FrankensteinMarch 18, 2014

Southeast Asia is a geographer’s term of convenience (like “Europe”) that conceals a fascinating mix of cultures and history. To an American the region may seem far away: Singapore lies more than 8,400 watery miles from San Francisco; it is over 10,000 miles and 12 time zones from

Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.March 18, 2014

Matt Malone, SJ, ventures west of NYC's 10th Ave for the L.A. Religious Education Congress

Our readersMarch 18, 2014

Not Bound to ItPlease, dear editors of America, rummage around in the newsroom and find your style guide. Insert a blank sheet of paper and write on it, with a big black Sharpie, “Do not use the expression wheelchair-bound to describe individuals who use wheelchairs.”I had a hard time fi

The EditorsMarch 18, 2014

Church should develop resources to address the crisis of sexual assault.

Patrick Gilger, S.J.March 18, 2014

Duro Kolak, the narrator and fulcrum of Aminatta Forna’s excellent fourth book The Hired Man, is a patient man, loyal and solitary.