The National Catholic Review

March 24, 2003

Vol. 188 No. 10Whole No. 4604

Editorials

War and the Economy

The economy continues to slump, and business commentators point to fears of war as the cause of depressed stock prices and lower consumer confidence. This must be disconcerting to Marxist theorists, who claim that all wars are started by capitalists seeking profits.

Articles

Litanies
William Griffin
Contemporary Catholics on Traditional Devotions
Pilgrimage
Kevin White
Contemporary Catholics on Traditional Devotions
Whither the Just War?
Drew Christiansen

Books and Culture

Books
Excavating Plato
Gerald T. Cobb
The comedian Steve Martin once quipped that the problem with studying philosophy in college is that later in life one always remembers ju
Books
What London Fog?
Kristin Shrader-Frechette
If you like mysteries, read this book. Even if you don’t like mysteries, read itbecause it may save your life.
Film
While Warsaw Burns
Richard A. Blake
Imagine one of those unspeakably beautiful September mornings in New York, with sunlight shouldering its way across the East River, nudgi

Columns and Departments

The Word
How Do I Love Thee?
Dianne Bergant
Faith in Focus
A Fly on the Wall at America
David D. Myers
Columns
The Desire for an American Empire
Thomas J. McCarthy
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Dennis M. Linehan
Letters
Letters
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