The National Catholic Review

October 27, 2014

Vol. 211 No. 12Whole No. 5066 Download PDF

Editorials

Current Comment

California's decision to mandate insurance for abortion is 'coercive and discriminatory.'

Listening to Ebola

With unprecedented outbreak, nations have little choice but to embrace global solidarity.

Articles

Identity Politics
Robert David Sullivan
What happens when faith is put to a vote?
'Rough Diamonds’
Gerard O'Connell
The Soul’s Food
Ashley McKinless
Interfaith Affinity
Harold Kasimow, John Merkle
The shared vision of Rabbi Heschel and Pope Francis
Friends in High Places
Thomas Maier
When the Churchills met the Kennedys

Books and Culture

Books
Off To A Good Start
Nicholas D. Sawicki
'Teach Me to Be Generous,' by Anthony Andreassi
Books
Paper Trail
Paul Moses
'National Catholic Reporter at Fifty,' by Arthur Jones
Books
From Jefferson to Rorty
Jeffrey Von Arx
'Beyond the University,' by Michael S. Roth
Film
A Spark of Goodness
David DiCerto
Holiness and humanity in ‘St. Vincent’

Columns and Departments

The Word
Bodies and Souls
John W. Martens
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.
Letters
Reply All
Our readers
Washington Front
Party Favors
John Carr
Generation Faith
Finding My Foundation
Katherine Luchette