The National Catholic Review

June 4, 2001

Vol. 184 No. 19Whole No. 4531

Editorials

Hate Crimes

Hate crimes—offenses stemming from hatred of persons based on their race, religion, ethnicity or sexual orientation—continue to be an affront to the national conscience. Their incidence among some groups, moreover, has been rising. Such is the case with Asian Americans.

Articles

Sisters in Mercy
John W. Donohue
Why Do You Pray?
William A. Barry
Carrots, Sticks and Children
Joseph A. Califano, Jr.
A Revolution in Drug Policy

Books and Culture

Books
Francesco in Tableaux Vivant
Jane E. Fisher
In novels such as Mary Reilly and Italian Fever, Valerie Martin made her reputation, balancing historical locations and cha
Books
Bureaucrat, Spare That Book!
Peter Heinegg
In our Amazon.com, Borders ’n’ Barnes & Noble world we (non-academics at least) no longer pay much attention to libraries.

Columns and Departments

The Word
God For Us
John R. Donahue
The Word
You Really Believe that?
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
Loving Heart
Linda Halligan Conley
Columns
A Fierce Love
Lorraine V. Murray
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
James Martin, SJ
Letters
Letters
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