Legatus Magazine October 2019

Archives / March 2019

Ethics

Fiorella Nash
I would be the first to acknowledge the huge strides that have been made in terms of women’s emancipation. MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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Your Health

Diane Huss
Healthnetwork has been a Godsend to our family. My first experience with Healthnetwork was over 10 years ago. MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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Featured

Gerald Korson
Legate business leaders discuss how faith-based leadership and practices can foster a happy and productive environment for their employees MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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Books

As the astute observer will rightly surmise, Bad Shepherds is a book about bad bishops, just not the ones you might read about in today’s headlines. MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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Featured

Trent Beattie
In 1983, Lu Cortese would have been the first to say that radio was just not her thing. Although she loved to talk person-to-person, talking on radio MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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Books

Always thought-provoking and often wry, the eminent Jesuit thinker tackles topics from abortion, multiculturalism, and the nature of music to death, f MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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Chaplains

Father Jonathan Duncan
Anglican priest-convert to Catholicism, attracted to consistent teaching and authority MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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Movies

The 100th anniversary of the end of World War I has focused attention upon the courageous heroes of that tragic conflict. Among these we can count Fat MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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Columns

Christine Valentine-Owsik
Editor’s Desk
Today, suffering in any form is disdained and seen as unnecessary and unsophisticated. Even in Church circles, there’s the greatest emphasis on merc MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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Columns

Neil Fusco
Feeding the Foodie
It is the customary work of sacrificing, that of giving something up during the Lenten season, that strengthens and disciplines our will so that we ar MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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