Bush's war, women priests, saints


Arguing against President George W. Bush, Commonweal’s editors (“Stop It,” March 28) claim wars should not be waged to spread democracy and freedom, but “should be a last resort, undertaken only to protect the innocent, and to reestablish the conditions for peace.” Yet for the past fifty years, Catholic social teaching...

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