Peace by piece: On peacebuilding with Maryann Cusimano Love

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Peacebuilding is every Catholic’s responsibility, this international relations expert believes. And with our government continuing in a wrong direction, we have our hands full.

The wages of war: The steep price of fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan

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A trillion-dollar price tag isn’t the only cost of war.

While most of the Country’s attention is fixed on how best to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, the nation recently reached another milestone related to that event. Total military spending on Iraq and Afghanistan passed the $1 trillion mark at the end of April this year, and it is currently racing toward $1.5 trillion.


The wages of war: The steep price of fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan

By Kevin Clarke| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Social Justice War and Peace
A trillion-dollar price tag isn’t the only cost of war.

While most of the Country’s attention is fixed on how best to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, the nation recently reached another milestone related to that event. Total military spending on Iraq and Afghanistan passed the $1 trillion mark at the end of April this year, and it is currently racing toward $1.5 trillion.


We remember: U.S. Catholic editors share their 9/11 memories

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Ten years ago, some members of the U.S. Catholic editorial staff were still in college, one was just starting high school, and some remember being evacuated from our offices, as they're just a block away from the Sears Tower.

What are your memories of 9/11? Share them in the comments.

Meinrad Scherer-Emunds, Executive Editor


We remember: U.S. Catholic editors share their 9/11 memories

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Article War and Peace
Ten years ago, some members of the U.S. Catholic editorial staff were still in college, one was just starting high school, and some remember being evacuated from our offices, as they're just a block away from the Sears Tower.

What are your memories of 9/11? Share them in the comments.

Meinrad Scherer-Emunds, Executive Editor


Is the face of Islam changing?: An interview with Farid Esack

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Article Ecumenical & Interfaith Dialogue War and Peace
South African Muslim scholar Farid Esack speaks about post-9/11 perceptions of Islam in this interview from January 2002.

Is the face of Islam changing?: An interview with Farid Esack

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Article Ecumenical & Interfaith Dialogue War and Peace
South African Muslim scholar Farid Esack speaks about post-9/11 perceptions of Islam in this interview from January 2002.

Is this just war?: Two Catholic perspectives on the war in Afghanistan

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This interview from the December 2001 issue explores responses from two Catholics to the beginning of the War on Terror in Afghanistan.

Is this just war?: Two Catholic perspectives on the war in Afghanistan

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This interview from the December 2001 issue explores responses from two Catholics to the beginning of the War on Terror in Afghanistan.

Choking on ashes

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In this column from November 2001, Kevin Clarke asks if justice, rather than retribution, can be served in response to America's worst terrorist attack.

I grew up in a family thick with cops and firemen in a New York suburb peopled by cops and firemen, so it was with a special dread that I watched a churning cloud of dust and debris and choking ash envelope people running for their lives in lower Manhattan on September 11, knowing that a fear that had haunted my childhood would be coming home that night as a terrible reality to hundreds of New York families.


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