Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig is quickly making a name for herself. This young woman has recently published two articles that show her to be precisely the kind of Catholic thinker the Church -- and the country -- so desperately needs, someone who takes religious orthodoxy more seriously than political orthodoxy. Here is a recent article she wrote about fighting abortion by fighting poverty for The American Conservative, whose readership needs to hear this argument. And here is a link to a piece she wrote at Millennial Journal titled "Following Pope Francis' Lead: Authentic Inclusion for Disabled People."
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In This Issue
- Through expressive writing, Eugene Kennedy espoused a rich sacramental vision
- In postwar Sarajevo, Francis calls on all to make peace proactively
- Hillary Clinton, phosphates, and the Western Sahara
- This issue's Special Section: Global Faith
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by Drew Christiansen, Ra'fat Aldajani NCR Today
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