Preferential option for the Pentagon?

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As the debt-ceiling debate stumbles toward resolution, this May 2005 column about the 2006 federal budget shows how little things have changed when it comes to our priorities.

The 2006 federal budget is slightly less than six gazillion pages of eye-straining statistics, outlandish bureaucratic acronyms, and unspeakable Orwellian babble, bound in no-nonsense government blue and suitable for months of obsessive home study or as a sturdy bludgeon against domestic intruders.


Where were you on 9/11? Take our survey

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Young Iraqis study to be priests in spite of dangers

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Read Jackie Spinner's full account of Seminarians in Iraq in "A few brave men."


Young Iraqis study to be priests in spite of dangers

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Article Politics Spirituality War and Peace

Read Jackie Spinner's full account of Seminarians in Iraq in "A few brave men."


A few brave men: Answering God's call in Iraq

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Iraqi Catholics risk their lives to join the priesthood and serve their own in a turbulent state.

Father Daud Barber of the College of St. Ephram in Qaraqosh, Iraq once traveled to Egypt, Syria, and Germany to study music and play the oud, an ancient stringed instrument. He performed with the symphony in Lebanon, he recounts, his coal-colored eyes brightening at the memory.


A few brave men: Answering God's call in Iraq

By Jackie Spinner| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Politics Spirituality War and Peace
Iraqi Catholics risk their lives to join the priesthood and serve their own in a turbulent state.

Father Daud Barber of the College of St. Ephram in Qaraqosh, Iraq once traveled to Egypt, Syria, and Germany to study music and play the oud, an ancient stringed instrument. He performed with the symphony in Lebanon, he recounts, his coal-colored eyes brightening at the memory.


Morally wounded: The spiritual costs of war

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Grisly photos of U.S. soldiers spotlight the spiritual injuries our men and women in combat sustain in war, as well as their tragic results.

Morally wounded: The spiritual costs of war

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Article War and Peace
Grisly photos of U.S. soldiers spotlight the spiritual injuries our men and women in combat sustain in war, as well as their tragic results.

Tweet like an Egyptian

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The Internet keeps its promise in Egypt.

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