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India's silence on racial violence is deafening

India's silence on racial violence is deafening

Calls for anti-racism laws likely to fall on deaf ears

Addressing child abuse: a challenge and an opportunity

Addressing child abuse: a challenge and an opportunity

Humiliation can be seen as a gift that brings reform

What if Modi becomes Indian premier?

What if Modi becomes Indian premier?

Four myths about India's leading prime ministerial candidate

Cracking the Vatican's culture of opacity on clerical crimes

Cracking the Vatican's culture of opacity on clerical crimes

Papal decrees have imposed the strictest secrecy on allegations of child sex abuse by priests

The gospel according to Philip Seymour Hoffman

The gospel according to Philip Seymour Hoffman

An excerpt from the book A Jesuit Off-Broadway by Fr James Martin SJ

Primo Levi: The Matter of a Life

Primo Levi: The Matter of a Life

New biography looks at Auschwitz survivor's contributions as a philosopher of ethics

What to make of beautiful messages from contemptible messengers

What to make of beautiful messages from contemptible messengers

A rabbi discusses the merits of art and scholarship produced by notoriously flawed people

India's religious leaders look to influence general election

India's religious leaders look to influence general election

Concentrated numbers could equal powerful voting blocs in some states

'No strings' religion prevents connection with divine, with each other

'No strings' religion prevents connection with divine, with each other

Millennials ignore human suffering in their conceptions of spirituality

A normal priest for normal people

A normal priest for normal people

Want to be like the pope? Try being nice

Pope Francis reminds us that sin is real

Pope Francis reminds us that sin is real

Increasingly, the concept has been replaced by 'therapeutic culture'

India at 64: caught between bigotry, corruption and chaos

India at 64: caught between bigotry, corruption and chaos

Another Republic Day and the country's poor still have little to hope for

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