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January 1, 1970 Archives

Well, not the whole group, which gathers the week after Easter, but about 200 administrators, I believe. Here’s what he had to say.

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At NRO, Thomas Hibbs looks at the approach to abortion in 2 recent films Much is made of fidelity — to God, spouse, and children. In this context, a botched abortion is less an occasion for the promotion of abortion, […]

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At NCR(egister), evaluating the Iraq war

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and his battle with Parkinson’s. An article from a November issue of NCR(eporter) In the two and a half decades since the book’s publication, M. Scott Peck has lived much of his inner life, and a modicum of his personal […]

Cathleen Falsani chats up Cardinal George on DVC He’s pretty miffed. “Jesus isn’t God but Mary Magdalene is a goddess? I mean, what does that mean? If he’s not God, why is he married to a goddess? That part, it […]

…has good things to say about the audit. There doubtless will be mistakes up there on the housetop. New games and new rules are hard to learn. Yet the charter and the audit suggest a major turning point in the […]

A story about the soon-to-be Archbishop of St. Louis’ letter on abortion-supporting Catholic politicians Both documents were signed Nov. 23 before Burke’s appointment Dec. 2 as archbishop of St. Louis. Burke is to be installed in St. Louis on Jan. […]

Notre Dame’s A. Scott Appleby reviews a new book about the ways American culture has imaged Jesus

Ann Rice, here: Anne Rice, the author who gave new life to the undead, lives in a house full of saints. Her library holds six 15-inch to 2 ½-foot-high statues, including a porcelain Virgin Mary and Child dressed in embroidered […]