The National Catholic Review

August 26, 2002

Vol. 187 No. 5Whole No. 4578


Haitians in Detention

Ever since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, immigrants seeking to enter the United States have faced higher hurdles. This includes asylum seekers, and some have been treated in an especially painful and discriminatory manner. Among them are Haitians currently detained in south Florida.


Books and Culture

And Now for Something Completely Different
Peter Heinegg

“Once a reasonable number of our germ cells have been given a chance to impart their DNA to the next generation,” U.C.L.A.

The Way We Were
Christopher W. Franz

A school, particularly a Jesuit school, is a family—a community of brothers and sisters who share a common name as alumni, a common ances

Columns and Departments

The Word
Tough Love

John R. Donahue

The Word
Costly Grace

John R. Donahue

Faith in Focus
Going Home From Prison

John Stahlman

Dangerous Sentiments?

Terry Golway

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

James Martin, SJ

Driving to South Lake

Barry Ballard


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