The National Catholic Review

May 14, 2001

Vol. 184 No. 16Whole No. 4528


Energy Policy

The Bush presidency’S foreign policy has yet to take shape. Environmental and energy policy is solidifying, on the other hand, at too rapid a rate.


Liberia and Human Rights
George M. Anderson

Samuel Kofi Woods II is an attorney who has been actively involved in human rights activities in Liberia since the mid-1980’s.

The Pope Looks Toward Ukraine
Ronald G. Roberson, C.S.P.,

When his plane lands at Borispol international airport outside Kiev on the afternoon of June 23, Pope John Paul II will begin what will arguably be the most controversial foreign visit he has under

An Appeal for Sudan
Odhiambo Okite

Urgent calls are going out once again for massive food and other humanitarian aid to Sudan.

Time, Sex and Money
Michael G. Lawler

Two of the most troubling aspects of American society today are the high rate of divorce and the fact that divorce in one generation increases the likelihood of divorce in the next.

Books and Culture

Immigrants in the Lobby
Constance M. McGovern
Who speaks for America?
A Surprising Six Weeks
Steven Englund
People tend to look back and read history (including their personal stories) as inevitable.
But Is It Real?
Richard A. Blake
Aristotle was such a dope. He misled generations of critics into thinking that art imitates nature.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Spirit in the Church II
John R. Donahue
The Word
Spirit in the Church
John R. Donahue
More Than an American Concern
Thomas J. McCarthy
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
George M. Anderson
La Poesa
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