The National Catholic Review

September 22, 2008

Vol. 199 No. 8Whole No. 4827 Download PDF

Editorials

Current Comment
Honor Killings in Pakistan, Downward Spiral in Zimbabwe
Persecution in Orissa
Is Gandhi's dream of religious amity imperiled?

Articles

King David's Legacy
Mark Stricherz

Barack Obama's debt to a Catholic boss

Gaza's Children
Donald J. Moore

The innocent victims of wartime violence

The Apostolate of the Pen
Jacques Maritain

From May 24, 1952

The Future of A Multicultural Church
George M. Anderson

Allan Figueroa Deck on ethnic ministry

The Coming Crisis
J. Daniel Dymski

How will priests fund their retirement?

Books and Culture

Art
'Life Right Now!'
Joseph Gerics

Bruce Springsteen's music touches on the the edge of religious imagery. But will it ever evolve?

Books
For the Common Good?
John A. Coleman

Stephen Tipton's 'Public Pulpits,' reviewed

Books
The Dangers of Exceptionalism
Claire Schaeffer-Duffy

The French writer Guy Sorman has taught economics, served in public office, traveled widely and authored numerous books on contemporary a

Books
The Wisdom the World Needs
Peter C. Phan

What Gandhi and Jesus can teach us

Books
An Alternative Theology
Lawrence S. Cunningham

Aviad Kleinberg, a professor of history at Tel Aviv University, belongs to that not inconsiderable number of contemporary historians who

Columns and Departments

The Word
It's Never Too Late

Daniel J. Harrington

Faith in Focus
Blessings

Anne Strachan

Faith in Focus
Forgiving God

William J. O'Malley

Columns
Dear Senator McCain

John F. Kavanaugh

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

Jeff Johnson

Poem
La Migra

Michael McMahon

Letters
Letters