No small sacrifice: The effects of war on children

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Article Social Justice War and Peace

We can’t afford to lose our children to the ravages of war.


No small sacrifice: The effects of war on children

By Kevin Clarke| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Social Justice War and Peace

We can’t afford to lose our children to the ravages of war.


Out of the ashes: Searching for hope in Benghazi

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Article Politics War and Peace
Can an ambassador’s death be the seed of a better future?

The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church. So what happens when the martyr whose blood is shed happens to be a diplomat? The murder of Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens in Benghazi, Libya was a tragedy on a number of levels—certainly for his family and the field of international diplomacy but most poignantly for the people of Benghazi. Stevens died with and for them, and tragically at the hands of some of them.


On the homefront: What’s for dinner?

By Kristen Hannum| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article War and Peace

This article accompanies You don't know the trouble I've seen on U.S. vets returning home from war.

It was for the families that Father Vincent Manuel organized Wednesday night “deployment dinners” in the plain and slightly musty community room of Soldiers Memorial Chapel on Fort Carson Army Base in Colorado. The group welcomes all military spouses, not just Catholics.


On the homefront: What’s for dinner?

By Kristen Hannum| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article War and Peace

This article accompanies You don't know the trouble I've seen on U.S. vets returning home from war.

It was for the families that Father Vincent Manuel organized Wednesday night “deployment dinners” in the plain and slightly musty community room of Soldiers Memorial Chapel on Fort Carson Army Base in Colorado. The group welcomes all military spouses, not just Catholics.


Returning vets: Nobody knows the trouble I've seen

By Kristen Hannum| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article War and Peace
It’s an uphill battle for returning veterans as they look for support from their church and their community.

For more on support for vets, read On the homefront: What's for dinner?


Returning vets: Nobody knows the trouble I've seen

By Kristen Hannum| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article War and Peace
It’s an uphill battle for returning veterans as they look for support from their church and their community.

For more on support for vets, read On the homefront: What's for dinner?


Mom vs. bomb: A mother of 12 lives out her faith through peace activism

By Olga Bonfiglio| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article War and Peace Women
Jean Gump has been taking a stand against violence, even when it caused a blow-up at home.

Last fall, at age 85, Jean Gump was released from prison after being arrested and jailed with 12 other protesters. They were caught trespassing at an off-limits federal area at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, home of the atom bomb.


Mom vs. bomb: A mother of 12 lives out her faith through peace activism

By Olga Bonfiglio| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article War and Peace Women
Jean Gump has been taking a stand against violence, even when it caused a blow-up at home.

Last fall, at age 85, Jean Gump was released from prison after being arrested and jailed with 12 other protesters. They were caught trespassing at an off-limits federal area at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, home of the atom bomb.


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