The National Catholic Review

October 11, 2004

Vol. 191 No. 10Whole No. 4665

Editorials

A Time to Mourn

"No young man believes he shall ever die,” said William Hazlitt, the 19th-century British essayist. That shrewd observation is contradicted in times of war.

Articles

The Mystery of Lonergan
Richard M. Liddy

Bernard Lonergans writings are notoriously difficult.

Relying on Providence
George M. Anderson

Dozens of manumission papers, documents that testify to the freeing of a slave, lay strewn on the table in the archives at the Baltimore motherhouse of the Oblate Sisters of Providence.

Priestless Liturgies
Peter Kountz

During the Lent-Easter season this year, America published a series of articles under the heading Good Liturgy.

Adults Left Behind
William J. Byron

Ever since President George W.

The Truly Catholic University
Richard G. Malloy

Catholic Universities are not “really” Catholic. So, at least, charges Burton Bollag, writing in the Chronicle of Higher Education in April.

Books and Culture

Books
Revisiting Greeneland
Ann M. Begley
The urge to reveal ourselves to others is often stifled by prudence.
Books
Pondering the Human Condition
Robert E. Hosmer, Jr.
Czeslaw Milosz’s last collection of poems is a thoroughly typical series of lyric exercises, deepening and enriching the concerns that pr
Books
Curial Culture
John Jay Hughes
“Those who live for a time in Rome experience the church’s age, but also its youth.
Books
Faith, Barrio Style
Allan Figueroa Deck
Charles Dahm, a Dominican priest, is more than qualified to write about parish-based Hispanic ministry. Like many U.S.
Books
A Dilemma of Identity
Gerald T. Cobb
Nobel Prize-winner José Saramago must have been thinking of Franz Kafka’s The Metamorphosis when he wrote this, his latest novel
Books
Murdered in Paraguay
George M. Anderson
Imagine this: Your teenage son has been tortured to death under the regime of a Latin American military dictator.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Hang in There!
Dianne Bergant
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
George M. Anderson
Letters
Letters
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