The National Catholic Review

October 29, 2001

Vol. 185 No. 13Whole No. 4545


War in Afghanistan
From 2001, a warning that the war on terrorism would not be won with bullets alone


Resolving Disputes Within the Church
Thomas T. Brundage

In the Gospel of John (20:19-23) Jesus appeared to his fearful disciples after the resurrection and uttered the words “Peace be with you.” He then showed the disciples his hands and his side.

Will Charity Laws Close Catholic Hospitals?
Francis J. Butler

This past June, the U.S. bishops tightened up the ethical guidelines that govern the operation of Catholic health facilities around the country.

Immigration and Terrorism
Robert W. McChesney

The monstrous terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 have prodded the nation to reexamine itself.

Credits From Heaven
William Bole

This past summer for once, the talk of taxes around the country was not just about how high they are.

Books and Culture

They, Too, Served With Honor
Thomas R. Murphy
Gail Buckley’s synopsis of African American involvement in the armed forces adopts as its thesis Harriet Beecher Stowe’s declaration in 1
Minding the Faith
James L. Fredericks
You Americans, I was once reprimanded in Paris, have little spirituality todayyou have only psychology.
Dialogue, Debate
Edward Collins Vacek
According to Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone, Secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, it may be heretical to hold that c

Columns and Departments

The Word
Hope for the Upwardly Mobile
John R. Donahue
We Serve Food, Not Faith
Valerie Schultz
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Patricia A. Kossmann
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