Kenneth R. HimesOctober 29, 2015
'Sudden Justice,' by Chris Woods
Kenneth R. HimesJanuary 28, 2015
'War’s Ends,' by James G. Murphy
Kenneth R. HimesMarch 12, 2014
Caron E Gentry is a lecturer in the School of International Relations at the University of St Andrew rsquo s in Scotland She is also a student of theology who has taught a course on international relations and Christianity This volume is the outcome of her effort to join the two disciplines The
Kenneth R. HimesNovember 14, 2011
From Matthew Shadle, a distinctively Catholic perspective on the origins of war.
Kenneth R. HimesApril 18, 2011
How to build a public consensus for the moral treatment of detainees
Kenneth R. HimesOctober 30, 2006
At the closing of a worldwide assembly of Catholic moral theologians in Padua, Italy, in July, the participants gathered in the handsome courtyard of the city’s major seminary for a candlelit banquet. Amid this joyful and serene setting, however, came news of violence: the series of terror bom
Kenneth R. HimesJune 06, 2005
Peter Henriot, S.J., and his colleagues at the Center of Concern in Washington, D.C., were the first to popularize Catholic social teaching as the church’s “best-kept secret.” Their perception, that even among Catholics the church’s social teaching was not well known, seems t