The National Catholic Review

July 1, 2000

Vol. 183 No. 1Whole No. 4492

Editorials

China Trade

As the House was preparing to debate the China trade bill on May 24, Representative Bill Archer, the Texas Republican who is chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, warned his colleagues: "This v

Articles

An Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies
John T. Noonan, Jr.

Faith and reason are companions indispensable to each other on Catholicism’s journey from Jerusalem.

New Tides of Immigration
George M. Anderson

Two opposing tides are at work in the world of immigration in the United States.

The Business of Belief: Living a Spiritual Life in the Corporate World
James Martin, SJ

James Martin, S.J., on finding time for God

Books and Culture

Books
Truth Be Told
John W. OMalley
Perhaps, as Garry Wills states in his opening sentence, Catholics have fallen out of the healthy habit of reminding one another how sinfu
Books
Get a Lifestyle
Peter Heinegg
O.K., post-Christian (we’ve read our Nietzsche), postmodern (the MLA insists on it), postcolonial (goes without saying), post-structurali
Books
Our Fellow American
Bentley Anderson
Living in an age of partisan politics, one has need of a reminder that there was a time when cooperation and compromise defined our count

Columns and Departments

The Word
You Can't Go Home Again, Yeshua
John R. Donahue
The Word
No Carry-Ons Allowed
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
A Healing Society
Amy L. Florian
Columns
Marching Season
Terry Golway
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
David S. Toolan
Poem
Axis
C. Dale Young
Letters
Letters
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