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Maryann Cusimano Love is a professor of international relations at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., and a contributing editor to America.
Columns
Maryann Cusimano LoveSeptember 26, 2011
Ten years into the U.S. war in Afghanistan, how well are we doing?
Maryann Cusimano LoveSeptember 26, 2011
Maryann Cusimano Love on building peace in a post-9/11 world
Columns
Maryann Cusimano LoveJuly 18, 2011
Is life nasty, brutish and short, or are peace and love possible?
Columns
Maryann Cusimano LoveMay 16, 2011
'Reconciliation was Jesus' central mission. As his followers, it is ours.'
Art
Maryann Cusimano LoveApril 18, 2011
Bookings In the Book of Genesis, God creates a lush world thick with birds, fish, animals and every good thing, and entrusts this sacred gift to man. This environmental stewardship motivates “green” Pope Benedict’s activism, from installing solar panels in the Vatican to urging a r
Culture
Maryann Cusimano LoveApril 18, 2011
Books for budding environmentalists
Columns
Maryann Cusimano LoveMarch 28, 2011
Forming 'a more perfect union' is not an optional commitment.
Columns
Maryann Cusimano LoveFebruary 14, 2011
Religious freedom is a security issue, and peace depends on it.
Culture
Maryann Cusimano LoveDecember 13, 2010
A roundup up children's books for the Christmas season
Columns
Maryann Cusimano LoveDecember 06, 2010
It can be hard to discern God's presence in places of enduring violence.