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October 2020

Vol. 223 / No. 4

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Faith Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.September 18, 2020

Sixty years ago this October, a 13-car train pulled out of Union Station in Washington, D.C., headed south. It was the L.B.J. Special, named for its most important passenger, Lyndon B. Johnson, who was that year’s Democratic nominee for vice president of the United States.

Politics & Society Your Take
Our readersSeptember 18, 2020

Readers of the daily email newsletter rank the issues important to them in the upcoming election.

Politics & Society Editorials
The EditorsSeptember 16, 2020

President Trump has undermined the constitutional order to a degree unprecedented in modern U.S. history, which prompts the editors of this review to register this unprecedented warning.

Anita's Tortilleria, a restaurant and gas station on the south side of Fremont, Neb., is one sign of the growing diversity in many American small towns. (Nathan Beacom)
Politics & Society Short Take
Nathan BeacomSeptember 18, 2020

As rural America becomes more diverse, it faces many of the problems associated with big cities, writes Nathan Beacom. The urban-rural divide in our politics does not reflect reality.

Politics & Society Dispatches
Eduardo Campos LimaAugust 19, 2020

The trafficking of women in Latin America has increased with the Covid-19 pandemic, according to church activists.

Faith Dispatches
Erika RasmussenAugust 31, 2020

At the first-ever OSV Innovation Challenge’s virtual Demo Day, three Catholic enterprises walked away with $100,000. Here’s how they plan to support the mission of the church.

Faith Dispatches
Dean DettloffSeptember 04, 2020

Scarboro missionaries in Canada are known for living the Gospel and contributing powerfully to social justice efforts in some of the most impoverished regions of the world.