But could the mighty power of United States even entertain the suggestion that it practice pacifism? Not on your life! I reiterate the earlier question: What sort of sign can we discern from Dorothy Day’s […]
Pope Francis and the Powers of Global Governance
The Pope’s Subtle Critique of America’s Cowboy Diplomacy “One nation alone cannot judge how to stop an unjust aggressor.” Pope Francis The humanitarian crisis following the Iraqi/Syrian catastrophe is enormous. Hundreds of thousands have been […]
Memory Eternal on the Nineveh Plain
By Chris Hadley, S.J. “Nineveh is destroyed! Who can pity her? Where can one find any to console her?” (Nahum 3:7). “Whoever wishes to come after me must deny himself, take up his cross, and […]
A (Truly) Consistent Commitment to Life
By Dan Cosacchi As most of the readership of this blog is undoubtedly aware (thanks in no small part to Kevin Ahern’s recent incisive post), Joseph Cardinal Bernardin remains a controversial figure almost two decades […]
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