Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Commonweal Catholic Magazine
Associate Editors: Grant Gallicho, Matthew Boudway, Mollie Wilson O'Reilly
About the Magazine
Commonweal’s mission is to provide a forum for civil, reasoned debate on the interaction of faith with contemporary politics and culture. Read by a passionate audience of educated, committed Catholics, as well as readers from many other faith traditions, Commonweal presents well-argued, respectful points of view from across the ideological spectrum. In an often contentiously divided Catholic church and secular culture, its status as an independent, lay-run journal of opinion encourages conversations that can be difficult in other settings.
Since its founding in 1924 Commonweal has staked a claim for Catholic principles and perspective in American life, and for laypeople’s voices within the church. It has been credited with helping prepare American Catholics for Vatican II and its aftermath, and Commonweal’s current readers say it has helped them weather the sexual-abuse scandal in the church and work through questions and frustrations related to the role of women, the relationship between religion and politics, and church teachings on sexuality. Today the magazine maintains prolife convictions while being critical of single-issue abortion politics, and provides a space for marginalized voices in the church and on the national scene. Commonweal publishes many of the leading Catholic theologians, writers, and public figures in the United States, including Alice McDermott, Luke Timothy Johnson, Margaret O’Brien Steinfels, Ken Woodward, Paul Elie, and Sidney Callahan, among many others.
Commonweal is published 20 times a year in print as well as in digitally enhanced multimedia formats, including special issues each year dedicated to contemporary theology, interreligious dialogue, books, and fiction. It also operates a continuously updated website and blog at www.commonwealmagazine.org. Thanks to the generosity of donors, many of its resources are available at no charge to Catholic undergraduate and graduate students. It is edited by Catholic laypeople and published by the nonprofit Commonweal Foundation. A brief history of the magazine is available here.
Grant Gallicho is an associate editor for Commonweal, and was a member of the Catholic advisory committee to 2008 Obama campaign.
Note: Patrick J. Murphy was a co-chair for the Catholic advisory committee to 2008 Obama campaign, and is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress.
Open Society Foundations was a funder for the Center for American Progress, the Human Rights Watch, and the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank).
George Soros is the founder & chairman for the Open Society Foundations, was a supporter for the Center for American Progress, and a benefactor for the Human Rights Watch.
John J. Studzinski is a director at the Human Rights Watch, a director at the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank), a papal knighthood knight.
papal knighthood is an honor conferred by pope from the Roman Catholic Church.
Benedict XVI (Joseph Ratzinger) is the pope emeritus for the Roman Catholic Church.
Was Pope Benedict XVI (Joseph Ratzinger) A Nazi? Why Join the Hitler Youth?
By Austin Cline
K. Rupert Murdoch is a papal knighthood knight, and the titled of his biography is “The Man Who Owns the News”.
The power of the press can be used to deliberately lead people astray, and to make them believe whatever propagandists want them to believe. In honor of the first man to use them I call modern propaganda and information-management techniques "Hitler's Legacy".
When Adolph Hitler took power in Germany he also took over the media, and he used it to shape a modern, civilized country to his ends. With full control of the national press his propaganda minister Paul Josef Goebbels developed sophisticated and very effective tools of propaganda to control public opinion in Germany, and even in other countries.
He proved that if you repeat a lie often enough in mass media, most people will accept it as the truth.
Richard R. Burt was the U.S. ambassador for Germany, and is a director at the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank).
Rozanne L. Ridgway is a co-chair for the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank), and was a U.S. ambassador for Germany.
Chuck Hagel is the chair for the Atlantic Council of the United States (think tank), and the secretary for the U.S. Department of Defense.
Adolf Hitler was the fuhrer for Germany, and the leader for the Nazi Party.
Nazi Party was a political party for Germany.
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