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The Jesuit Review of Faith and Culture
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America Magazine 7h
Mourning and grappling with the upsetting paradox of Jean Vanier has made me angry, but I am trying to resist letting it drive me to despair.
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America Magazine 7h
God is the source; we stand in need. That we should think to offer thanksgiving and worship to God is what should astound us.
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America Magazine 10h
The call to be perfect is a call to strive to be like God.
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America Magazine 12h
Being complex, how do we imitate the one who is simple, who simply is?
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America Magazine 15h
God’s love is unconditional. Is yours?
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America Magazine 16h
How can toddlers teach us to be perfect?
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America Magazine 17h
Pope Francis urges bishops of the Mediterranean to promote peace and counteract populist hate speech
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America Magazine Feb 22
Chicago’s $90 million dollar plan to save its Catholic schools
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America Magazine Feb 22
Take me out to the (minor league) ballgame
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America Magazine Feb 22
The harsh reality is that for many American families, the only way to experience our national pastime in person is at a minor-league game.
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America Magazine Feb 22
The United States designates senior military officers as being directly responsible for the murders of six Jesuits and two others on the grounds of the University of Central America in 1989, a historic moment for justice in El Salvador.
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Nick Ripatrazone Feb 21
This one meant a lot to write: my cover story for the March 2nd print issue of , on how a forgotten TV show about an urban Catholic parish took real risks—& how there has been nothing like it since.
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America Magazine Feb 22
This Syrian Catholic priest was kidnapped and tortured by ISIS. He still has hope in humanity.
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Colleen Dulle Feb 22
I wrote about trying to reconcile today's news about Jean Vanier with my (and many people's) image of him as a saint.
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America Magazine Feb 22
How can I reconcile the good and evil of Jean Vanier?
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America Magazine Feb 22
The new partnership between the archdiocese and Big Shoulders means students at Leo High can focus on classes and graduation and not worry about whether their school will close.
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America Magazine Feb 22
Smiles have been plentiful at St. Ethelreda since Jan. 29, when the Big Shoulders Fund and the Archdiocese of Chicago announced a partnership that will inject more than $92 million into 30 Catholic schools. Read more by :
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Maggi Van Dorn Feb 21
was always meant to be more than a podcast. And now, 1 yr after it's launch, we are kicking off a series at Xavier parish in NYC. and I will be sharing what we learned from making Deliver Us and participating in a conversation about where we go from here
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America Magazine Feb 22
Internal report finds that L’Arche founder Jean Vanier engaged in decades of sexual misconduct
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America Magazine Feb 22
The Vatican has officially recognized "the martyrdom of the Servants of God Rutilio Grande García, professed priest of the Society of Jesus, and two lay companions, killed in El Salvador." The recognition means that they may soon be beatified.
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