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September 8, 2008

Vol.199 / No.6
Peter HeineggSeptember 08, 2008

Older readers mdash well really old readers mdash may recall a ditty sung by the irrepressibly cheerful Dinning Sisters back in 1946 ldquo Soon the sun disappeared from view The stars came out like they always do Then I cuddled up close to you And we both fell in love on a Greyhound Bus T

Victor GaleoneSeptember 08, 2008

Why liturgical language should be accurate, faithful and clear

Uwe E. ReinhardtSeptember 08, 2008

Cell A represents pure “socialized medicine” such as the V.A. health system. In that system government performs all of the basic functions listed in the article. Cells A to F represent “social insurance” systems. In these, government performs the financing and risk-pooling fu

The EditorsSeptember 08, 2008

The difficult lessons of the Georgian conflict

Current Comment
The EditorsSeptember 08, 2008

A New Blessed Couple, Record Time in Beijing

Read Part I and II of this discussion.

Dear Kathleen:

This has been quite a week for American politics—from Denver to the Twin Cities. As you pointed out in your

Robert P. ImbelliSeptember 08, 2008

I am always intrigued by the epigraph an author uses to set the thematic mood for his or her work Gerald O rsquo Collins is prodigal with epigraphs often providing one or two to introduce each chapter Perhaps most telling is the one with which he prefaces the last chapter of his latest book Jesu