World steeped in fear, but Jesus says, ‘Be not afraid’

Batz, Jeannette
November 2001
National Catholic Reporter;11/2/2001, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p15
Comments on the issues related to terrorism and sociology. Motives of suicide bombers; Sociological effect of terrorism; Psychological effect of the war on children.


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