The National Catholic Review

April 22, 2000

Vol. 182 No. 14Whole No. 4484


Easter Hope

St. Augustine was probably not the first, and he was certainly not the last to remark that even pagans believe that Jesus died.


Welcoming Workers
Paul J. Fitzgerald

Isaias crossed the small parking lot next to the church and approached the rectory.

Hungry in America
George M. Anderson

Despite the strong economy that has been a boon for millions of Americans, many others remain locked in a poverty that includes hunger.

Humanity's Cross
John F. Kavanaugh

The most challenging, the most distressing and yet the most strangely consoling book I have read this year is Annie Dillard’s For the Time Being.

Books and Culture

War Through a Poet's Lens
Donald P. Kommers
After World War I, the victorious powers cobbled together a new kingdoma constitutional monarchyout of the collapsed Austro-Hungarian Emp
In the Mind of God
John E. Thiel
Raymond Maloney, S.J., a professor of systematic theology at the Milltown Institute, Dublin, accomplishes much in this short book on a ve
Interspiritual Dialogue
Lawrence G. Muller
The Mystic Heart is as an excellent survey and overview of the present state of interfaith or multifaith spirituality at the end o

Columns and Departments

The Word
Show Me!
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
Embracing Christ First
Lorraine V. Murray
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
James Martin, SJ
The Empty Net
Chris Anderson
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