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Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam: Catholic, Jesuit Schools and Pope Francis’ Ecological Vision

On Friday March 20, I had the opportunity to present a talk titled “Jesuit Schools and the Jesuit Pope: How Jesuit Colleges Can Respond to Pope Francis’ Ecological Message” at Loyola University Chicago’s Second Annual Climate Change Conference. The conference considered how Jesuit colleges and universities can better respond to […]

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Making America Feel Better (William T. Cavanaugh)

When the Senate issued its report on CIA torture in December of 2014, the House Intelligence Committee chairman—Mike Rogers, a Republican from Michigan—questioned the wisdom of releasing the report, warning that the report’s release would have dire consequences for the United States. Moving forward, he suggested that politicians needed to help the CIA talk differently about its activities.

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