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The Uniqueness of Jesus

January 1, 2002 |

When opportunity knocked last December, Paul Knitter answered. He was one of two foreign theologians invited to participate in a symposium in Pune, India. Not only did it give the theology professor a chance to speak on the topic “The … Read More

Saintly Statue

January 1, 2002 |

In the waning days of the first semester, when only a few stragglers remained on campus prior to Christmas break, a seven-foot bronze statue of St. Ignatius appeared on a four-foot pedestal in front of Logan Hall.

The replica of … Read More

Most Wanted

January 1, 2002 |

Why, wonders Audrey Martin, would someone turn on the person they married, shared a life with, raised children with, loved throughout the years—and then commit murder? “It’s always been something that fascinated me, how someone can go from being married … Read More

Letters to the Editor

January 1, 2002 |

Future Influences Thank you so much for the article written by Kenneth R. Overberg, S.J., professor of theology [War & Peace]. I feel more hopeful about the future of our country and the workd knowing that this man is influencing … Read More

Seeking Peace

January 1, 2002 |

By Benjamin J. Urmston, S.J.


As a result of the actions of September 11, this has become a time when questions come more easily than answers, and deep contradictions seem to abound in our world. Is there a way … Read More

Ethics and Enron

January 1, 2002 |

As the smoke still rises from the collapse of Enron Corp.—a meltdown sparked by a series of unethical and misguided practices—University President Michael J. Graham, S.J., made one thing clear to the faculty of the Williams College of Business recently: … Read More

Career Choices

January 1, 2002 |

Teacher education programs across the country are reporting increasing numbers of students who want to become teachers—especially among older applicants who are switching careers. What’s bringing about the increase? A New York Times story linked the increase to not only … Read More

Afganistan Revisted

January 1, 2002 |

My husband Michael and I are among a rare group of individuals who have been fortunate enough to have lived and worked in Afghanistan. In 1971, after graduating from Marian College in Indianapolis, we were invited by the Peace Corps … Read More

Valued Visitor

October 1, 2001 |

Monsignor Zdzislaw Peszkowski, a Roman Catholic priest from Poland and childhood friend of Pope John Paul II, visited the Xavier campus on Oct. 10. He came to the United States to be part of a prayer service in New York … Read More

Peaceful Chronology

October 1, 2001 |

It has been 20 years since Peace and Justice Programs began at Xavier, and in those two decades we have accomplished much. Here are only brief samples of the many activities of Dorothy Day House over the years. It doesn’t … Read More