The National Catholic Review

July 15, 2000

Vol. 183 No. 2Whole No. 4493


Not the Last Word

The U.S. Supreme Court Justices left their fellow citizens plenty to think about when they adjourned last month amid a crescendo of significant decisions.


Was There Ever Any Real Choice?
James O. Clifford, Sr.
Place at the Banquet Table
John F. Kavanaugh
The Papacy for a Global Church
Avery Dulles

The contemporary world situation demands a successor of Peter who, with divine assistance, can teach and direct the entire people of God.

Books and Culture

Modernity vs. Fundamentalism
John A. Saliba

It could be argued that fundamentalism is a serious contemporary problem that affects all aspects of society and will likely influence al

Religion Goes Public
John A. Coleman

Wags in the divinity school at the University of Chicago used to love retelling the joke about someone who tries to call Professor Martin

Cosmocrats and Capital Markets
Victor Ferkiss

The debate over globalization is heating up, not only in the streets of Seattle and Washington, D.C., and the halls of Congress but among

Shrinking Fast
Richard A. Blake

Dr. Sanford Cinematz, F.A.P.A., P.C.: Dreams. Yes, yes, your dream.

The Year in TV
James Martin, SJ

One of the givens about religious life is that after spending so much time in studies, and with so many friends working in schools, the y

Columns and Departments

The Word
Shepherds Needed

John R. Donahue

The Word
Good Food and Great Leftovers

John R. Donahue

Faith in Focus
Feeding His Sheep

Lorraine V. Murray

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

George M. Anderson


Larry Janowski


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