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U.S. Catholic: November 2007

Basic training: The fight for social justice needs fresh troops in every generation. Megan Sweas describes how the struggle to close the former School of the Americas has become boot camp for a college-age crop of new activists.

Do Catholic universities make the grade?: There’s more than one way to be a “real” Catholic university, says the president of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, Richard Yanikoski, in Sounding Board.

SOA Diary: NEW! U.S. Catholic's Megan Sweas reports live from a demonstration to close down the School of Americas.

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Selections from the November issue of U.S. Catholic

Care package Margin Notes—Kevin Clarke
No more CARE packages
Instead of dumping grain in poverty-stricken regions, we should be investing cash.

The Examined Life—Bryan Cones
More than words
Rather than threaten our Christian faith, exploring the language and spiritual practices of other religious traditions may instead make us better Catholics.

Selections from the October issue of U.S. Catholic

Margin Notes—Kevin Clarke
Cracks in the system
Deferring infrastructure maintenance for war spending builds a bridge to nowhere.

The Examined Life—Bryan Cones
How green is your faith?
We should honor God the Father by caring for our Mother Earth.

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