2005-09-09

Date: 
Friday, September 9, 2005

Organizing the Faithful

The Archdiocese of Boston, where my wife and I live, famously suffered from sexual abuse by priests, and by misfeasance and perhaps malfeasance by bishops in...

Can Catholics Think for Themselves?

Does anti-Catholicism persist in American society, not as violent perhaps as when convents were being torched in the nineteenth century, but still there,...

Married Priests: Not So Fast

Cardinal Keith O’Brien of Edinburgh has repeatedly raised doubts about mandatory clerical celibacy in the Roman Church. In 2002, just prior to being...

The Martyrdom of John Roberts

John Roberts came from a socially prominent and financially comfortable family. He attended what many considered the most prestigious university in the country...

Clearing the Air

One of the issues likely to play a critical role in this month’s hearings on Supreme Court nominee John Roberts will be unpacking his views on federalism...

Four Years After

So much has happened to obscure the real nature of the crisis the nation faced on September 11, 2001, as well as the remarkable solidarity shown by the...

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