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In November, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops approved a teaching document on the Eucharist at their fall meeting by a vote of 222 to 8, with three abstaining. Our coverage elicited hundreds of comments. Here are some samples.
A worker in Washington removes razor wire from the top of security fencing outside the U.S. Capitol.
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Readers respond to the November issue’s cover story, “A Pro-life Democrat, a Divided Nation: Lessons From 16 Years in Congress,” by former U.S. Representative Daniel Lipinski.
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Christopher Braun wrote an article for America, “Is violent revenge against terrorists moral? Just war theory says no.” The following responses were submitted shortly after the article was published.
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In the July 23, 1966, issue of America, the cover story featured an essay from a prominent female Catholic philosopher, Mary-Angela Harper, on the nature of womanhood and the question of women’s ordination. Below is a curated selection of some of the letters Ms. Harper’s view evoked
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The August issue of America featured the results of a comprehensive survey of U.S. Catholics by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate, commissioned by America Media. Please see this current issue for more results from the survey about politics, church finances and other issues.
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With the arrival of summer, America asked its readers to give Pope Francis a summer reading recommendation, “beach read” or otherwise.