The National Catholic Review

February 5, 2001

Vol. 184 No. 3Whole No. 4515


Still Hungry, Still Homeless

One might think that last year’s particularly strong economy would have led to a reduction in the number of requests for emergency food and shelter.


True Solidarity
Peter-Hans Kolvenbach

Representatives from the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States met at Santa Clara University on Oct. 5-8, 2000, to discuss justice in Jesuit higher education.

The Costs of Commitment
John F. Kavanaugh

When thinking of moral courage in the context of political life, I have at times imagined a bold politician refusing to support unjust laws.

College Students and Conversion
Joseph J. Guido

Each year hundreds of thousands of students from more than 400 colleges and universities complete the Freshman Survey of the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP), sponsored by the High

The Academic Mandatum
James J. Conn

At the U.S.

Books and Culture

Multiplying Meaning
James L. Fredericks
John Thiel, who teaches at Fairfield University in Connecticut, has already published books on authority as well as the debate over found
Covenant and Community
Nancy Hawkins
My initial exposure to the theology of Rosemary Radford Ruether took place as I studied for my master’s in theology.
Vision, Skills, Action
Robert A. Krieg
Yves Congar observed in Tradition and Tradi
Wily Brothers
Richard A. Blake
Sullivan’s Travels, the Preston Sturges movie from 1941, tells the story of John L.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Weal or Woe
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
Ted Furlow,
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
John W. Donohue
State of Refugees
Terry Savoie
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