Okay, I admit it. I was cheering for Spain in the World Cup final for the simple reason that Spain is a Catholic country and the Netherlands is a Calvinist country. I exchanged emails about this with a Unitarian friend who was cheering for Holland on the grounds that their victory would be a victory for free-thinking over medievalism - his words. I was delighted that Spain and medievalism won. Of course, I also wish that the winds had been favorable for the Armada!
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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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