The National Catholic Review

February 3, 2003

Vol. 188 No. 3Whole No. 4597


Dividend Tax Cut

In all of human history it would be difficult to find an example of a country that cut taxes as it prepared to go to war. But this is exactly what President Bush now proposes to do.


The Next Christianity
Peter C. Phan

In his book The Next Christendom (2002) and his recent article “The Next Christianity” (Atlantic Monthly, October 2002), Philip Jenkins, Distinguished Professor of History and Religious St

Thirty Years After
John F. Kavanaugh

They showed the ad again, a week before thousands would traipse off to Washington. The advertisement was not about the Pro-Life demonstration, and yet it had everything to do with it.

Remembering the Poor: An Interview with Gustavo Gutirrez
Daniel Hartnett

Each year the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences announces the incorporation of new members.

Habla Ingles?
Ernest R. Freeman

The New York Times recently published a book review about a biography of the writer Neil Bissoondath.

Beyond La Pausa Liberation Theologies Live
Allan Figueroa Deck

A veritable “theological feast” took place from Nov.

Books and Culture

Inclusive Pluralism
Peter C. Phan
Very likely the first question that will pop into the minds of readers of this latest and third book by Jacques Dupuis on the theology of
ToleranceThen Solidarity
Todd David Whitmore
The Common Good and Christian Ethics by David Hollenbach, S.J., deserves to be the most read work of American Catholic public phi
Melting Pot
Richard A. Blake
Not long ago a distant cousin, a genealogy buff, sent me an antique clipping from a local paper about a possible ancestor on trial for mu

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The Word
The Long and the Short of It
Dianne Bergant
Faith in Focus
Hold On to What Is Good
Richard J. Rodeheffer
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
George M. Anderson
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