The National Catholic Review

November 10, 2014

Vol. 211 No. 14Whole No. 5068 Download PDF


Go in Peace

Over a remarkable two-week period in Rome this October, church leaders from around the world met to talk about issues that confront and even diminish modern family life.

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Family on Hold


In the Steps of Romero
Thomas P. Rausch
Thinking with the church in El Salvador
On the Way to Healing
Jon Sobrino
Humanizing a 'gravely ill world'
An Unlikely Gathering
Gerard O'Connell
Truth, Then Justice
Luke Hansen, S.J.
Memory and healing in El Salvador
Lost in the Bronx
Angela Alaimo O'Donnell

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Sister in the Spotlight
Hank Stuever
Simone Campbell, S.S.S., became semi-famous a few years ago, just when the self-identified progressive C
The Language of Peace
James R. Kelly
There are lives so fraught with moral significance that each generation must be reintroduced to them in
Seeds of the Church
Paul Lakeland
Ignacio Ellacuría, S.J., has long been known as a major voice in liberation theology in general and in t
On Being Brave
Raymond A. Schroth
On May 17, 1918, the 28-year-old Eddie Rickenbacker and his friend Reed Chambers took off in their Frenc
The Long Goodbye
Jim McDermott
The weekend on which the church’s Synod on the Family began deliberations coincided, by chance, with th