The National Catholic Review

May 20, 2002

Vol. 186 No. 17Whole No. 4570


Neglected Diseases

The World Health Organization has reported that every year, 14 million people die of treatable infectious diseases.


Education for Globalization
Paul L. Locatelli

Speaking to the higher education community at Santa Clara University in October 2000, Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J., the superior general of the Jesuits, could have been anticipating the tectonic shi

The Advantages of a Catholic University
Avery Dulles

When the history of American higher education is written, scholars will surely remark on the phenomenal proliferation of Catholic universities since the middle of the 20th century.

How Do I Know It's God?
William A. Barry

I can hear someone who reads my article “Does God Communicate With Me?” (Am., 12/3/01) asking, perhaps with some pique: “You tell me to pay attention to my experience as the privileged place

David E. Nantais

If you know any young adults in their late teens or early 20’s, or if you have young adult children yourself, you may be shocked by what they consider cool these days.

Books and Culture

Another Way of Seeing
John A. Coleman
This is the first book I ever reviewed which I have not only read but prayed overand listened to on a CD (the book comes with a CD spoken
Mindful Monks
Richard J. Hauser
Robert King, a retired philosophy and religion professor and academic dean, discovered only late in his academic career the contemplative
Theology cum Fiction
Kathleen Feeley
Although she died at age 39, the Catholic writer Flannery O’Connor left a literary legacy that secures her place as a major figure in 20t

Columns and Departments

The Word
A Mystery Almost Too Good to Be True
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
Learning and Teaching
George Kearney
A Fine Little Uproar
Terry Golway
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
George M. Anderson
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