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James F. Keenan, S.J., a moral theologian, is the Canisius Professor at Boston College.

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James F. Keenan
Paul Farmer's new book explores his work with others in West Africa. Farmer and his team went there to respond to the longest and largest Ebola epidemic in recorded history.
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James F. Keenan
Reggie Foster taught generations of students in Rome, keeping Latin alive and living a colorful, inspiring life.
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Nualy Kenny's new book on clergy sex abuse reminds us there are solutions to this deep crisis that need to be implemented with urgency.
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James F. Keenan
This interview first appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of In Our Time, the newsletter of the Dorothy Day Guild, edited by Carolyn Zablotny.
Politics & SocietyFeatures
James F. Keenan
Pope Francis advocates for the consistent ethic of life in a throwaway culture. Like Cardinal Bernardin many years ago, he defends the sanctity of life at every stage and in every situation.
Arts & Culture
James F. Keenan
In the United States we need in humility to allow ourselves to be judged by the truth.
James F. Keenan
“What for some is freedom of conscience is for others simply confusion.”
In All Things
James F. Keenan
Pope Francis reminds: "Don’t confuse the evil of avoiding pregnancy by itself, with abortion."
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Stephen ColbertM. Shawn CopelandDaniel J. MislehRamesh PonnuruJames F. KeenanArthur FitzmauriceNatalia Imperatori-LeeKathryn Jean Lopez
Pope Francis’ penchant for cold-calling Catholics has become a well-known sign of his warmth, candor and attention to individuals. And although not everyone can expect to receive a personal phone call from the pope it does not hurt to be prepared. So we asked a few members of the fai
Pope Paul VI at the Vatican.
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James F. Keenan
In many instances I try to teach them how to read and understand “Humanae Vitae” as a real, authoritative document.