The National Catholic Review

Letters

  • August 4-11, 2014

     

    Time Redeemed

  • July 21-28, 2014

    The Role of Conscience

    Editor’s note: Lisa Fullam, an associate professor of moral theology at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, Calif., a graduate school of Santa Clara University, responds to “The Ethics of Exit,” by Daniel J. Daly (6/9). Her letter expresses concerns raised by many readers.

  • July 7-14, 2014

    Love and Truth

    There is much to commend in “Simply Loving,” by James Martin, S.J. (5/26). There is no doubt that “loving the sinner, while hating the sin” is easier for God than for man. We imperfect and fallen humans tend to either love both or hate both. It is hard to get it right, but we must try. It is the only way to see...

  • June 23-30, 2014

    Similar Witness

  • June 9-16, 2014

    Christ at Center

    I very much appreciated “Redefining Success,” by Brian B. Pinter (5/12). After 27 years teaching at the college level, I am more and more convinced of the crucial importance of the formation in faith that students receive in high school. It is often determinative for their ongoing commitment to the Christian...

  • May 26-June 2, 2014

    Writing in the World

    I read with interest “Writers Blocked?” by Kaya Oakes (4/28), an assessment of Catholic writing today. The “Golden Age” writers Thomas Merton, Flannery O’Connor and Walker Percy were read, not because they were Catholic but because they had something to say. Also each of them had a unique voice that...

  • May 19, 2014

    Writer Responds

  • May 12, 2014

    True Greatness

    I was surprised and grateful to read “Ford’s Foundation,” by Aaron Pidel, S.J. (3/31), about the true greatness of John C. Ford, S.J.

  • April 28-May 5, 2014

    Conscience Integral

  • April 14, 2014

    Intersex Reality

    Re “When the Law Is a Crime” (Editorial, 3/10): In Jesus Christ there is no male or female (sexism), no Greek or Jew (ethnocentrism or religious sectarianism), no slave or free (classism) because all are one in Jesus Christ.