Daily Archives: July 9, 2010

Rawanda, Catholic Prayer, Healing Memories: Immaculee Ilibagiza

Not to long ago a great friend called me to see if I’d go and hear a lecture from a writer who published an account of being held by Hutu opposition in Rawanda during the genocidal slaughter.  I simply was … Continue reading

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Norman Podhoretz: Origins Of Neoconservative

Although archeologists are credited with archiving the past, it is really historians who grasp the significance of events for posterity.  The archeologist is most often ignorant of placing distinct artifacts within a native cultural matrix that brings alive to listeners … Continue reading

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