Edited interview published in U.S. Catholic, March 2009
A Catholic view of the market just may be what’s needed to rescue our economy from its moral recession, says economist and theologian Daniel Finn.
Read more on USCatholic.org
PDF of “Can this market be saved?”
Edited interview published in U.S. Catholic, January 2009
There’s much in Islam that favors women, says scholar Syafa Almirzanah. As sisters in faith Muslim and Catholic women can seek out such traditions together.
PDF of “The Prophet’s daughters”
Edited interview published in U.S. Catholic, November 2008
It seems that easy sex is rampant on college campuses today, but new research from feminist theologian Donna Freitas reveals that students really want romance.
PDF of “Sex, lies, and hook-up culture”
Edited interview published in U.S. Catholic, August 2008
Poverty is a global problem, and the entire human family will have to contribute to the solution, says Lesley-Anne Knight, the first female secretary general of Caritas Internationalis.
PDF of “The whole world is in our hands”
Edited interview published in U.S. Catholic, July 2008
Young people can change the world, this Muslim interfaith organizer says. They just need a chance to share their traditions with each other.
Read more at USCatholic.org
PDF of “Have faith in our youth”
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