Making a Difference: The factory collapse in Bangladesh that killed 1,000 means it's past time to ensure all workers get fair treatment.
Making a Difference
Tony Magliano’s social justice and peace column covers the Catholic church’s entire consistent ethic of life, tackling conservative as well as progressive issues -- everything from abortion to war. Writing on timely national and international events, Tony attempts to inspire readers to consider these issues from the perspective of the Gospel and Catholic social teaching.
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Making a Difference: The humanity of the child in both cases is equal. The only significant difference is a legal one.
Making a Difference: As North Korea flexes its military muscles, we must remember the type of peace Pope John XXIII called for in his 1963 encyclical.
Making a Difference: Capital punishment is a cruel fate, as Jesus shows us. But killing does not bring peace. Forgiveness does.
Imagine getting a call from Pope Francis asking for your advice concerning the most important issues facing the Catholic church and the world.
If he asked you what kind of pope the church and world need at this moment in history, what would you say to him?
Well, if our new Holy Father asked me that question, I would first suggest he deeply reflect on the challenge given to him by Cardinal Angelo Sodano, dean of the College of Cardinals.
Making a Difference: Pope Benedict might have been a controversial figure, but hopefully everyone can agree that he made a valuable contribution to the church's social doctrine.
Making a Difference: If we honestly examine our consciences, many of us will come to the conclusion that we can do more to share with the less fortunate.
Making a Difference: The 40th March for Life was an inspiring show of pro-life demonstrations, but once-a-year events are not enough to fully protect the lives of the unborn.
Making a Difference: If Martin Luther King Jr. could speak to the president, he would push for compassion, peace and nonviolence.
Making a Difference: The pope laid out for us the foundation upon which the church's ministry for world peace must be built.