The National Catholic Review

May 2, 2016

Vol. 214 No. 15Whole No. 5127 Download PDF

Editorials

Corporate Tax Conversion

The current regulatory environment makes tax avoidance a primary component of global corporate strategy.

Children Navigating the Web

In “The Joy of Love,” Pope Francis reminds readers that while new technologies can be a force for good, they can also place the most vulnerable at risk.

Canada’s Liberal Orthodoxy

In 2015 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau mandated that any Liberal who sought the party’s support had to agree to vote in favor of pro-choice legislation.

The Two Israels

How can American Catholics work for fair treatment of Arab citizens and for peace in Israel?

Articles

Laudato Si’ University
Jim McDermott
A school of hope in an unexpected place
College Encounter
John C. Cavadini
Dialogue and witness in Catholic education
Access Denied
Ellen K. Boegel
An Educator’s Influence
J. Joseph Marr
Learning to think in biology class
Teaching That Transforms
Kevin P. Quinn
The distinctive heart of Jesuit higher education

Books and Culture

Books
Nazism’s Nemesis
Charles R. Gallagher
'My Battle Against Hitler,' by Dietrich von Hildebrand
Books
How Different?
Leo D. Lefebure
'Jesus & Buddha,' by Paul Knitter and Roger Haight
Ideas
Welcome to Wakanda
Nathaniel Romano
Though a comic book is not a seminar on race relations or critical theory, it offers an important and needed lens to be brought to bear.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Continuing Education
John W. Martens
Faith in Focus
Worth a Fig
Beth Meleski
Columns
Forever and a Day
James T. Keane
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Edward W. Schmidt
Letters
Reply All
Our readers
Generation Faith
My Jesuit Formation
Patrick Furlong
Of Other Things
The Pain of Abstraction
Daniel P. Horan
Vatican Dispatch
A Call to Prophetic Action
Gerard O'Connell