The National Catholic Review

November 26, 2012

Vol. 207 No. 16Whole No. 4991 Download PDF

Editorials

The Work Ahead
The sad fact is that Catholics can be just as divisive as the rest of our fellow citizens.
Current Comment
Who Cares? Tracking Bigotry; Demographic Detonation

Articles

'We Are Dying Here'
Daniel G. Groody

An eyewitness account of the Syrian refugee crisis

Great Expectations
James Martin, SJ

Joy and the Visitation

Books and Culture

Art
A Fragile Peace
Leo J. O'Donovan

The hard-won art of Ferdinand Hodler

Books
In Whose Image?
Alex Mikulich

Jesus and race in America

Books
Homecoming
Maurice Timothy Reidy

Anthony Shadid put his life in harm’s way so many times that his death in February 2012 has come to seem foreordained.

Books
Bring Back Keynes
Cecilio Morales

Paul Krugman on our "gratuitous" recession

Film
Abe, Honestly
John Anderson

Steven Spielberg's 'Lincoln' is a canonization fer sure, as Abe might say.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Advent Invitations

Peter Feldmeier

The Word
People, Look East

Peter Feldmeier

Faith in Focus
Never Too Late

Susan Windley-Daoust

Columns
Poll Vault

John J. DiIulio, Jr.

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

Matt Malone, S.J.

Poem
Crow Koan

Vincent J. Cleary

Letters
Letters

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Matthew Kunkel
Young Jesuits travel from Honduras to Arizona