The National Catholic Review

November 5, 2001

Vol. 185 No. 14Whole No. 4546


Here in This November

Christians believe there is life after death, but that does not mean they take death lightly. Like everyone else, they learn sooner or later why St. Paul called death the last enemy to be destroyed.


A Liturgical Via Media
Bernardr Bonnot
The A.C.L.U. Strays
Thomas J. Curry
Between the Notes
Francis T. (Fay) Vincent, Jr

Books and Culture

Portrait of the Artist as a Galway Man
Tom OBrien

No lover of film could dislike this book.

Lettered Cleric,Conflicted Hero
Gerald T. Cobb

Laurence Sterne was a novelist, a clergyman and briefly a farmer in the rough-and-tumble 18th century, an era when the remedy for cattle

Body (Re)Building
Mary Jo Bane

Dry Bones Rattling is a study of the community-organizing work of the Industrial Areas Foundation (I.A.F.) in Texas and the Southw

Columns and Departments

The Word
Where, Death, Is Your Victory?

John R. Donahue

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

George M. Anderson


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