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The Fracture of Good Order
The Catonsville Nine: A Story of Faith and Resistance in the Vietnam Era. Oxford University Press
The Seen and Unseen
City of Belief, by Nicole d'Entremont
A Pro-Lifer Who Welcomes the Obama Presidency
The Church's Role in the Georgia-Russia Conflict
The recent Georgia-Russia mini-war in and around South Ossetia was definitely not a religious war, but it serves as a reminder that religious identity doesn't even come in third place when issues of national identity are at issue. While the battle raged, the majority of participants -- and casualties -- were Christians on both sides.
In both countries, the Orthodox Church [...]
I wonder if there are not many Sojourners readers who were dismayed with Brian McLaren’s essay in the March 2006 issue (“Found in Translation”)?
Book Review: Dorothy Day: Portaits by Those Who Knew Her (Orbis Books: 2003).
E-Mail from Hell
Words of wisdom for a devil-in-training
Opening Heart and Home
An Unexpected Merton
A Living Example
Brazilian Catholic archbishop Helder Camara brought a "preferential option for the poor" to the center of Christian social thinking.
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