The National Catholic Review

March 25, 2002

Vol. 186 No. 10Whole No. 4563


Not the U.S. Alone

One day President George W. Bush was denying a request from Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak for the U.S. administration to resume its active engagement in the search for peace between Israel and the Palestinians.


Shall We Dance?
Robert VerEecke
Militant Madness
John F. Kavanaugh
Guatemala's Violent Peace
Robert B. Gilbert

Books and Culture

Looking Out for Number One
Constance M. McGovern
From that moment in October 1919 when his doctor cried, My God, the President is paralyzed, until his last meeting with his cabinet in Ma
Pressing the Issues
John B. Breslin
Umberto Eco is that relatively rare phenomenon, a public intellectual who plies his specific academic trade as a semiotician but also ven
This Least Society
Katarina M. Schuth
The intent of the authors of Passionate Uncertainty: Inside the American Jesuits would seem to be clear from the title.

Columns and Departments

The Word
From Death's Door to the Path of Life
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
Rebuilding on Faith
Mary Pence
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
George M. Anderson
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