The National Catholic Review

August 27, 2001

Vol. 185 No. 5Whole No. 4537

Editorials

The President on Stem Cell Research

In a speech to the nation televised from his Texas ranch on Aug.

Articles

Home Alone in the Priesthood
Eugene T. Gomulka
Limitations and Compromises
William A. Proefriedt
Religion and the Public Schools
Celebrating Dorothy Day
Stephen J. Krupa

Books and Culture

Books
Bleak Houses
Tom Deignan
Frank McCourt’s impoverished youth in Limerick, recalled so vividly and brutally in Angela’s Ashes, actually could have been much
Books
Letting History Speak
Anthony Egan, S.J.
Early Christian history takes on a decidedly postmodern turn in this new-in-paperback work by the Cambridge classicist Keith Hopkins.
Books
Revolutionary Patriot, Father
Thomas R. Murphy
An ideal of Ignatius Loyola, one that Jesuit schools still cultivate in their students, is the contemplative in action, someone who combi

Columns and Departments

The Word
Check the Guest List
John R. Donahue
The Word
I Never Promised a Rose Garden
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
Perennially Hopeful
Alma Roberts Giordan
Columns
Faith in a Rose
Lorraine V. Murray
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
David S. Toolan
Letters
Letters
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