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A faculty expert at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., is available to comment on topics related to unrest in the Middle East, especially as they relate to religious minorities.
The work of two CUA archivists on the effect of World War I on U.S. Catholics was featured by Catholic News Service.
David Jobes, professor of psychology, was quoted in a April 4 Newsweek article on suicide.
Book presents the teachings of the Catholic Church as they relate to more than 100 specific and challenging moral questions.
National Catholic Reporter