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John McLaughlin and Richard Nixon
Politics & SocietyFeatures
Raymond A. Schroth, S.J.
By the spring of 1973, the break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate office complex in Washington, D.C., had become a sensation but not yet an obsession.
Arts & CultureBooks
David J. O'Brien
Michael Novak’s autobiography is another remarkable American success story.
Politics & Society
James W. Douglass
The day President John F. Kennedy was murdered, a Divine Word seminarian walked up the hill to our family’s apartment in Rome to tell my wife Sally and me the terrible news. Seeking wisdom, I wrote Dorothy Day, who had stayed with us the previous spring on a pilgrimage to Rome to thank Pope Jo
Arts & CultureIn All Things
Maurice Timothy Reidy
We have transcribed our interview with Former MLB Commisioner Fay Vincent on the morality of baseball. You can listen to the interview here or read it below.
The Rev. Andrew M. Greeley, seated left, talks with fellow speakers following a symposium on "New Horizons in Catholic Thought" in 1962.
FaithVantage Point
Andrew M. Greeley
A classic article on the next generation of Catholics—including priests and men and women religious—from the Rev. Andrew M. Greeley.
Arts & CultureBooks
Peter Heinegg
Always try to do too much must be taken as one of Salman Rushdie's mantras and he certainly lives up to it here This sprawling story flashes back and forth from pre-World War II Strasbourg to present-day Los Angeles touchesat least fleetinglyon every major world crisis from the Holocaust to