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3/31/2008

A Pope of Love and Hope
Benedict’s first two encyclicals teach us about the foundations of Christian morality.

by Carl A. Anderson, Supreme Knight

   
 

A Moral Platform
More than political power players, popes speak with a universal moral language about the world's problems and its potential.

by George Weigel

   
 

The Gospel of the Family
The family is God's first and ordinary means of his encounter with humanity.

by David S. Crawford

   
 

On the Horizon: ‘The Benedictine Reform’
Benedict's U.S. visit is one of several major Church events focused on renewing the Church in Jesus Christ.

by Robert Moynihan

   
 

Dear Holy Father
The vibrancy of many U.S. Catholic colleges and universities is expressed by school presidents welcomding the pope to America.

by Msgr. David O'Connell

   
 

Gratitude and Cooperation
The pope has demonstrated a special commitment to the relationship between Cahtolicism and Judaism.

by Rabbi David Rosen

   
 

Partners for Freedom, Justice and Peace
A history of the United States’ diplomatic relations with the Vatican.

by Jim Nicholson