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August 4, 2008

Vol.199 / No.3
Current Comment
The EditorsAugust 04, 2008

The European invasion, the return of Thomas Eakins, and a text from PBXVI

Faith in Focus
Richard A. BlakeAugust 04, 2008

Pixar's 'Wall-E' reviewed

Books
Kevin ApplebyAugust 04, 2008

Missing from most of the national immigration debate has been the humanitarian aspects of the migration phenomenon One can hardly find mdash on talk radio in the mass media or in scholarly journals mdash a serious discussion of the human dignity and rights of the migrants who cross international b

Columns
Maryann Cusimano LoveAugust 04, 2008

What is the correct definition of poverty?

Poetry
Marilyn BruscaAugust 04, 2008

1. The Reading

Of Many Things

The biblical landscape of the Gospels is fast disappearing

Dorothy DayAugust 04, 2008

It is when the Communists are good that they are most dangerous. And the trouble with many Catholics is that they do not recognize this dangerous goodness but think of Communists as characters from E. Phillip Oppenheim’s international mystery novels. Not long ago a Catholic novel was published