Volume 1 Issue 3
Robert Blair Kaiser: A Letter from the Editor
Mother Of All Bombs
R.W. French: A Day in March
H.R. Stoneback: God's Trout: Fisher King & Delta Force Recon the Upper Tigris
Robert Blair Kaiser:
Rome Diary Index
Australian Broadcasting Company: Radio Discussion on Vatican II
Kelly Burke: Blessed are the Once Married
Bill Burrows: The Erosion of Catholic Culture
José Comblin: Changes in the Latin American Church During the Pontificate of John Paul II
John J. Deeney: Vatican II: Before, During, and After — Some Personal Anecdotal Reflections
Robert Blair Kaiser: Notes Toward An Essay on Vatican II
Virginia Saldanha: Vatican II Brought Wholeness to Life
Ingrid Shafer: The Vision of Vatican II
Jon Sobrino, SJ:
A New Council (English)
Un Nuevo Concilio (Español)
Leonard Swidler: A Catholic Constitution for the Catholic Church
Sr. Maria José Arana, RSCJ: To Ransom the Feminine in order to Re-animate the Earth (English)
Rescatar Lo Femenino Para Re-Animar La Tierra (Español)
Poetry Editor: DONALD JUNKINS is an American poet and critic, author of ten volumes of poetry, including the forthcoming Late At Night in the Rowboat, and Journey to the Corrida, Playing for Keeps, and Crossing by Ferry, plus eight critical articles on Ernest Hemingway. He has won several awards for his poems, including three grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, and he has delivered Hemingway papers at nine international Hemingway conferences.
Editor-in-Chief: ROBERT BLAIR KAISER lives and works in Rome as a reporter and editor for Newsweek magazine and The Tablet.
Technical Advisor: DOUG McFERRAN is a professor of philosophy, Los Angeles Mission College and the author of IRA Man: Talking with the Rebels, 1997.
Acting Managing Editor: ROBERT R. RAHL is a retired professor of philosophy, dean of humanities and director of information technology.
Traductora/Translator: ELIZABETH (BEA) SCOTT taught Spanish and Religious Studies at St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco and Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose, where she developed a course that integrated Spanish and Religious Studies and culminated in an immersion trip to El Salvador.
Webpage Editor: INGRID H. SHAFER is an award-winning professor of philosophy and religion in America's heartland (see her mini-bio among our Editorial Advisory Board members).
WCCI Chief Financial Officer: DAVID T. VAN ETTEN, former fund raiser for a major nonprofit, is the person who will disperse your contributions to the writers and editors of Just Good Company for their creative work. If we get any.
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