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Pius attacked for not confronting evil, Benedict attacked for confronting evil
DENNIS PRAGER
The attacks on Pope Benedict XVI may help shed new light on some of the motives for the attacks on Pius XII.

It's Not Theft, It's Pastiche
CHRISTINE ROSEN
College students plagiarize routinely, especially from the Internet.

Walter Ciszek
REV. GEORGE W. RUTLER
Before there was an Armistice Day, Walter Ciszek was born on November 11, 1904, and lived through a crucified century. Death came gracefully in 1984 on the feast of the Immaculate Conception.

Richard John Neuhaus, 1936-2009
GEORGE WEIGEL
Father Richard John Neuhaus's work will be remembered and debated for decades.

Benedict at Regensburg: Why It Still Matters
SAMUEL GREGG
Five years ago today (one day after 9/11s fifth anniversary), a soft-spoken, 79-year-old former professor visiting his old university in Germany delivered a speech to a group of academics. In 30 minutes, it was all over. forty-eight hours later, the world exploded.

Looking at a Masterpiece: The Lamentation of Christ
MADELEINE F. STEBBINS
This fresco by Giotto di Bondone in the Scrovegni Chapel in Padua was painted circa 1305.

Finding Ourselves in Flannery's Freaks
FATHER DWIGHT LONGENECKER
O.E. Parker is constantly looking in the mirror.

The grittiness of Christian faith
GEORGE WEIGEL
Christianity began, not with a pious story or "narrative," but with the reality of transformed lives.

Interreligious dialogue with edge and purpose
GEORGE WEIGEL
The evening of September 12, 2006, was, in a word, memorable.

Living by the Sword
BRAD MINER
"The Crusades Controversy: Setting the Record Straight" is a 50-page broadside against the serial stupidities and half-truths of those who believe that the Crusades were "the epitome of self-righteousness and intolerance, a black stain on the history of the Catholic Church in particular and Western civilization in general."

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