Creighton University Magazine Winter 1990-1991
Reynolds, Cynthia Furlong
Heaney, Robert P.
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THE JESUIT MISSION AND THE MARTYRS OF CENTRAL AMERICA'S EL SALVADOR / THE CENTRAL AMERICAN JESUIT CONNECTION THEY SEE THEIR NICARAGUAN MISSION AS ONE OF CRITICAL SUPPORT Two Creighton University people bring back stories and photos from their trips to Central America in this issue of Window. James Nolan, media relations manager, went to Nicaragua and interviewed a Jesuit Nicaraguan "patriot," Fr. Alvaro Arguello, S.J., while Jesuit photographer Fr. Don Doll ventured to San Salvador to observe "martyrdom celebrations" on the anniversary of the murders of six Jesuits. It begins on Page 4.THE FIRES OF NOBORIGAMA BREATHE LIFE INTO JERRY HORNING'S POTTERY / THE FIRES OF NOBORIGAMA DRAGON BREATHES LIFE INTO HORNING'S POTTERY Master potter Jerry Homing tells us of the incredible fire breathing monster that annually toasts thousands of pieces of pottery in a single firing in Arizona. Read about the Fires of Noborigama on Page 12.PROFESSOR HEANEY EXAMINES OUR SPLINTERED CHRISTIAN FAITH / BRIDGING THE RIFT CAN ALL CHRISTIANS COME TOGETHER John A. Creighton University Professor Robert Heaney writes again for Window on the subject of religion from a lay person's perspective, and suggests canonizing Martin Luther. He has some reasons which you can read starting on Page 18.IS THE PARTY OVER? DO WE NEED PARTY POLITICS IN TODAY'S WORLD? / IS THE PARTY OVER THE DECLINE OF PARTY POLITICS In this day of media-produced political candidates, is there a place for the American party politics system that stretches back to the smokefilled rooms and deal-makers of decades ago? Political scientist Dr. Thomas Mans sees a place for parties and proposes a plan on Page 21.THE EVENTS THAT LIE BEHIND TODAY'S HEADLINES IN THE MIDDLE EAST / MIDDLE EAST CHRONOLOGY CHANGE CONFLICT CHAOS What has been happening in the volatile Middle East? Dr. Ross Homing gives you the chronology of events that stretches far back and puts the events of today in perspective. Page 24.