The National Catholic Review

January 21-28, 2013

Vol. 208 No. 2Whole No. 4997 Download PDF

Editorials

Looking South

Rethinking the U.S. relationship with Latin America

Articles

Road to Recovery
Kevin Clarke

As we approach the fourth anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti, a look back the efforts to rebuild the country.

Still 'Presente'?
David Golemboski

The American church's widespread and intense commitment to Latin America has waned.

Signs of Life
Helen Prejean, CSJ

Catholics now support the death penalty at a lower rate than the general population.

Books and Culture

Books
Finding a Third Way
Kevin P. Quinn
This is an important book on religion, morality and law.
Books
Why We Fight
Raymond A. Schroth
On Nov.
Books
Hot Air
Kyle T. Kramer
Superstorm Sandy brought climate change back into public consciousness with a vengeance.
Ideas
Beat Attitude
James T. Keane
Despite his popular image, Jack Kerouac was born and died a self-identified Catholic.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Body Building
John W. Martens
The Word
Love Never Fails
John W. Martens
Columns
The Freezing Point
Margaret Silf
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.
Poem
Saint Sunday
Anya Silver
Letters
Letters