The National Catholic Review

September 30, 2000

Vol. 183 No. 9Whole No. 4500


For the City, Peace

Sometimes the obstacles to peace appear so great and so many that to face them seems humanly impossible. But what seemed unthinkable even a few short years ago is now a reality or at least a matter of open discussion.


I Am the Vine
Gallaudet Howard

A celebration of Masses in Rome, India and the Amazon

Responding to the 'Gay Agenda'
Eileen P. Flynn

Three reasons why dialogue might be an appropriate response

The Faces Behind Us
Robert P. Heaney

An aging population and diminishing energy reserves will soon require the rationing of scarce resourcesthe problem of saying no.

Addressing Youth Crime
Eugene F. Rivers, III

An Interview With Eugene F. Rivers

Books and Culture

Over Newman's Dead Body
Martin X. Moleski

Stanley Jaki possesses impressive credentials for discussing the challenges Newman faced in his day and that he poses to our own.

Mysterious Presence
James S. Torrens

This book honors a 12-year-old martyr by the name of FoyFaith, in Englishin the southwest of France during the last of the Roman persecut

Landmarks and Resting Places
Doris Donnelly

The author of this book takes a simple idea and makes the best of it.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Marriages Are Made in Heaven

John R. Donahue

A Utopian Dream

Thomas J. McCarthy

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

James Martin, SJ


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