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Archives / July 2014

Ethics

Bill Bowman
Pope Francis has made many business leaders uncomfortable since the publication of his apostolic exhortation Evangelii Gaudium last November. It was f MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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Columns

William B. May
Guest Editorial
Mozilla’s Brendan Eichs was not the first person to lose his job for supporting marriage, but he was the most senior and most prominent to do so. At MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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Chaplains

Fr. Michael Deering
His father’s job forced the relocation of Fr. Michael Deering’s family from the South Side of Chicago to the Deep South when he was in his late te MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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Books

The latest in Schadt’s series on St. Joseph has a long subtitle: The Call to Fatherly Greatness – Prayer of Faith: 80 Days to Unlocking Your P MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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Chairman

Thomas Monaghan
June 4 was a historic day for Legatus. It was historic because it was the first time we have ever had two charterings on the same night. Hopefully, it MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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Featured

Matthew A. Rarey
Deacon Larry Oney believes that proclaiming the Gospel shouldn’t be limited to the pulpit — something he backs up with words and actions. MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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Featured

Senator Rick Santorum
Many people are saying that America is broken and, yes, it is broken. But that’s no reason to lack hope. It is every reason to be energized, because MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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Books

Subtitled Wisdom from Faith, Philosophy, and Science about Happiness and Love, this book explores some of the most vexing problems in contemporary lif MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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Featured

Sabrina Arena Ferrisi
When children grow up and leave home, the emptiness left behind can be daunting. MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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Culture of Life

John A. Di Camillo
Popes John XXIII and John Paul II were declared saints on April 27. Pope Francis presided and Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI attended. The canonization co MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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