The dog days of summer have produced a flap over a priest who in a moment of outreach gave a communion wafer to a dog.
The Corvallis, Oregon,
Drummond Pike, writing in the
Laurie Goodstein, in
Experience has shown it to be possible for men to live peaceably together within the same national limits and under the same flag who differ very widely in political opinions—so widely, in fact, that in old times the notion of including such discordant elements within a single civil framework would have been scouted as an “iridescent dream.”