The National Catholic Review

November 10, 2014

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

Editorials

Go in Peace
After 2014 Synod, the time for the real work has come.

Frankness and transparency of the synod should continue during this year of dialogue.

Current Comment

Is egg freezing a step forward or back in struggle to balance work and family life?

Articles

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

Books and Culture

Books
Sister in the Spotlight
Hank Stuever
'A Nun on the Bus,' by Sister Simone Campbell
Books
The Language of Peace
James R. Kelly
'Strange Glory,' by Charles Marsh
Books
Seeds of the Church
Paul Lakeland
'Blood and Ink,' by Robert Lassalle-Klein
Books
On Being Brave
Raymond A. Schroth
Stories from the front lines
Film
The Long Goodbye
Jim McDermott
The dark depths of ‘Gone Girl’

Columns and Departments

The Word
Talent Shows
John W. Martens
Faith in Focus
In the Steps of Romero
Thomas P. Rausch
Columns
Extraordinary Time
James T. Keane
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.
Letters
Reply All
Our readers
Generation Faith
In God's Country
Mary Woods

Web Only

  The Next Chapter’s Challenge
David O’Brien
The year 2014 marks two important anniversaries for the Society of Jesus and for all of us who share in Jesuit ministries.