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November 22, 2010

Vol.203 / No.15
Franco MormandoNovember 22, 2010

A survey of Salvador Dali's Catholic period

Signs Of the Times

Reading speeches has been the main activity at Roman Curia assemblies for as long as anyone can remember.

George M. AndersonNovember 22, 2010

Deborah M. Jones argues for a theology of animal rights.

Karen Sue SmithNovember 22, 2010

How is it that Fernando Botero has produced a major commentary on Abu Ghraib, while U.S. artists have remained largely silent?

Of Many Things
Drew ChristiansenNovember 22, 2010

A sad case of the hostility that faces Arab-Americans

November 22, 2010

Women Suffer Your editorial, “A Saint for Our Time,” and John Anderson’s film review, “The Seer” (both in 10/18) concern two women in the church who lived centuries apart: Mother Mary MacKillop and Hildegard of Bingen. They had in common that they had to work hard and s

Signs Of the Times

The archbishop said ordaining married men is the most naturally pastoral response to every Catholic’s need for regular access to the sacraments.