The National Catholic Review

September 9, 2002

Vol. 187 No. 6Whole No. 4579

Editorials

The First Anniversary of 9/11

Anniversaries of great disasters are commemorated mainly for the sake of the living.

Articles

One Year Ago
James Martin, SJ

Sunday, September 23, 2001.

 

Should We Attack Iraq?
John Langan

Down the street from your house is an unpretentious bungalow. You don’t often see the owner, but when he does appear, he wears a dark suit and dark glasses on even the cloudiest and hottest days.

Propagandizing War
John F. Kavanaugh

Finally some questions are being asked about the plans to invade Iraq.

Books and Culture

Books
The Limits of the Ineluctable
Paul Mariani
First of all, there are the kudos for The Orchards of Syon.
Books
Principles That Work
Emilie Griffin
Catholics have always relied on church teaching for an understanding of marriage, expressed perhaps in papal encyclicals and theological

Columns and Departments

The Word
Staying Out of Prison
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
God Present in This Valley of Tears
Bernarda Sharkey
Faith in Focus
One Year Later
John J. McLain
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Patricia A. Kossmann
Letters
Letters
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