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August 22, 2019
It’s About Time for New York’s Child Victims Act
When it comes to extending the statute of limitations for survivors of abuse, late is better than never.
August 13, 2019
Militarization Has Become Our National Religion
As attitudes toward war grow dangerously worshipful in the US, quitting our endless wars becomes all the more difficult.
April 22, 2019
The Bare Ruined Choirs of Notre Dame
This monument to medieval faith will surely be rebuilt—by the techno-mobilization of capitalist individualism.
February 28, 2019
The Vatican Sex-Abuse Summit Was Never Going to Undo the Harm
The left welcomed the pontiff because he was anti-authoritarian—but that’s exactly why the summit was a disappointment.
Michael F. Pettinger
January 23, 2019
A Tale of Two Marches
The streets of Washington were full of priests, pussy hats, and everything in between.
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February 1, 2017
The Passing of Dom Paulo, Cardinal Arns, a Liberation Theology Titan
He stood up courageously against Brazil’s dictatorship and supported the “preferential option for the poor.”
December 1, 2016
Bruce Springsteen’s Redemption Song
The musician delivers a flawed but exquisitely moving and detailed new memoir.
November 2, 2016
Hillary Clinton Has One More Badly Behaved Man Left to Vanquish
Could the clouds of testosterone billowing from the campaign have something to do with the fact that Donald Trump is facing a woman?
October 14, 2016
Tim Kaine Will Keep Fighting to Limit War Powers, and More From Our 1-on-1 Interview
Kaine also talked about the need for “a strong man to support a strong woman for president.”
September 26, 2016
Religion Versus Unions
Some professors at the Jesuit Seattle University have been barred from organizing because their jobs are too religious in nature.