2006-04-07

Date: 
Friday, April 7, 2006

A Catholic Presence

  For Catholics of any generation, the question of how to remain loyal to the age-old traditions of our faith while also engaging new ideas poses plenty of...

Catholicism on Campus

On leafy Stockton Street, a short walk from the Princeton campus, sits the Aquinas Institute, home to the university’s Catholic ministry program. Housed...

Bush & India

In Congress’s rejection of the deal that would have turned ownership of many of the nation’s ports over to a company owned by the government of...

Malnourished

Roger Haight’s aim in The Future of Christology is to restate and expand, in a somewhat more accessible way, arguments he first made in Jesus Symbol of...

Vision Quest

F. González-Crussí begins his latest reflective work, On Seeing: Things Seen, Unseen, and Obscene, with Jules Michelet’s anecdote of the 1791 massacre on...

What Would Jesus Drink?

One day I call a friend in San Francisco, the most erudite oenophiliac guy you ever met, a guy who knows more about wine and wine history and wine culture and...

Palestine's New Bishop

As a priest and educator, the sixty-six-year-old Palestinian Elias Chacour has uncommon gifts, some inherited, others hard earned. Named by the Vatican and the...

Don't Worry, Be Happy

Robert Sullivan is the author of a trio of intriguing, highly regarded books-Meadowlands, A Whale Hunt, and Rats-which though diverse in subject matter are...

On the Cutting Edge

The contemporary literature of bioethics, although vast, can often make for unsatisfactory reading. It tends to place too much emphasis on patient autonomy,...