Angelus News | January 25, 2019

Vol. 4 | No. 3

Children of United Nations staff members get a closer look at the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at a playground. On page 10, contributing editor Mike Aquilina introduces readers to the story of Jacques Maritain, a French philosopher and Catholic convert who had a quiet but crucial role in drafting the landmark United Nations Declaration of Human Rights. Seventy years later, how well have Maritain’s ideas held up?

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