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March 22, 2016
Our leaders' response to his Regensburg address showed they had not only lost their nerve, but also their ability to think
September 25, 2015
'This place of death became a place of life, too,' says Holy Father
September 10, 2015
Death in old age is a natural process which we must all eventually face
July 06, 2015
More than a decade after 9/11 our leaders are still struggling to confront the threat of Islamism
March 09, 2015
Cardinal Egan retired as archbishop of New York in 2009 and was instrumental in helping the city recover in the aftermath of 9/11
December 19, 2011
Christopher Hitchens was a magnanimous man who had many Christian friends
September 14, 2011
What struck me about these extremists was the sheer ugliness of their attitude
September 12, 2011
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