The National Catholic Review

September 10, 2001

Vol. 185 No. 6Whole No. 4538


Refugees at Risk

This year is the 50th anniversary of the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugeesa body of international law aimed at ensuring the rights of people fleeing persecution and civil


Worker Rights in a Global Economy
Robert A. Senser

U.S. trade policies must be fully aligned with our values, the new United States Trade Representative, Robert B. Zoellick, said in an interview published in The Washington Post on March 13.

When Muslims and Christians Marry
Rita George Tvrtkovic

On a blustery weekend this past February, 26 people met at the Cenacle Retreat House in Chicago to reflect on the religious dimensions of marriage. Nothing unusual about that.

The Rush to Clone
Thomas A. Shannon

The international team of Panayiotis Zavos, of the University of Kentucky, and Servino Antinori of Rome, Italy, and a group called the Raelians, who think humans were made by aliens using genetic t

Books and Culture

The Stones Speak
James S. Torrens
In the era of air travel and bullet trains, what most people understand by pilgrimage, says Anne McPherson, is a beeline trip to a distan
Tangled Troubles
Nancy J. Curtin
This book is a not a history of Catholicism in Ulster as a religion, but rather considers the Catholics of Ulster as a political and cult
A Trio With Brio
Constance M. McGovern
On Jan.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Look in Lost and Found
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
Change as a Matter of Faith
Mark Redmond
Faith in Focus
Love 101: It All Begins With Self
Carolyn Lawrence
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Anthony Egan, S.J.
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