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Vol. XXX— No. 2


What Catholics Want in Healthcare Reform

Should We Cover Some People, Some Parts of People, or All Parts of Everybody?

Jon O'Brien and Sara Morello

Catholic Voters' Views on Healthcare Reform and Reproductive Healthcare Services

A National Opinion Survey of Catholic Voters

Conducted by Belden Russonello & Stewart for Catholics for Choice

We Believe in Healthcare Reform

Catholics for Choice

Placing Women in the Blind Spot

The Vatican’s Support for International Development has a Gaping Hole at Its Center

Barbara Crossette

A Catholic Archipelago of Evil

Sex Abuse and the Church in Ireland

Eamonn McCann

The Sin of Sexual Miseducation

HIV/AIDS and the Filipino Conscience

Carolina S. Ruiz

To Act without Prejudice

Understanding HIV-Related Stigma and Discrimination

Kevin Osborne

AIDS in Mexico: Not a Disease?

Robert Joe Stout

Cameroon: Abortion, the Catholic Hierarchy and the Maputo Protocol

Elizabeth Atemnkeng

The Vatican’s War on Dissent

Jeannine Gramick

The Empty Tomb

A Review of “Vows of Silence”

David J. Nolan


Editor’s Note


In Catholic Circles


  • Finding Aid that Works
    Cheryl Francisconi reviews Dambisa Moyo’s Dead Aid: Why Aid is Not Working and How There Is a Better Way for Africa
  • Patriarchy: The Glue that Holds the Culture War Together
    Timothy A. Byrnes reviews Michelle Goldberg’s The Means of Reproduction: Sex, Power and the Future of the World and Kathryn Joyce’s Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement
  • The Church in the World
    Frans Baneke reviews Ian Linden’s Global Catholicism: Pluralism and Renewal in a World Church

A list of new and noteworthy books

In their own words: supporters and critics of the church speak

Back Cover
Index: Latino and Latina Catholics Believe in Healthcare Reform