Day: February 16, 2013
Cardinals are discussing who they think might be the new pope, strengths and challenges of various possible candidates, Laurie Goodstein writes in the
An editorial in the latest edition of America/The National Catholic Review urges repeal of the Second Amendment, asking,
You know, I have a feeling that this banquet is one where I won’t have to worry about using the right fork for the right dish or that I’m not properly dressed for the occasion. I’m invited because I’m wanted. That’s a very comforting thought.
by Martha K. Baker A life sentence, rather than execution, provides more closure for victims than execution does, according to a recent study, begun under the auspices of The Episcopal Church. In addition, that closure comes sooner and is healthier. A life sentence, imposed on the perpetrator of a capital crime, produces more emotional, psychological, …