March 2006
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar2006, Issue 161, p65
The article comments on a number of developments which are related to the Catholic religion. These include: Wheaton College's dismissal of a faculty member who became a Catholic; Hwang Woo Suk's admission that he faked the evidence for his cloning experiments and related discoveries; and the role of Jesuits in the widespread resistance to the November 2005 instruction from the Vatican on gays and the priesthood.


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