The National Catholic Review

March 31, 2003

Vol. 188 No. 11Whole No. 4605

Editorials

God or Country?

With the exception of some Southern Baptist leaders and mega-church pastors, nearly all U.S. churches are opposing war with Iraq. This has forced many Americans to wonder if loyalty to God and country are now in conflict.

Articles

Vatican II: Official Norms
John W. OMalley
Lectio Divina
Daniel J. Harrington

Contemporary Catholics on Traditional Devotions

Our Lady of Guadalupe
Eric Stoltz

Contemporary Catholics on Traditional Devotions

Books and Culture

Books
A Basque Legacy
Terrence E. Dempsey

In a story carried by National Public Radio on Jan.

Books
Choose Life
John B. Breslin

John L’Heureux began his career as a novelist writing about leaving the priesthood in the 70’s in Tight White Collar and The

Film
Certainly Chicago
Richard A. Blake

In October 1927, with the release of “The Jazz Singer,” sound movies became commercially viable.

Columns and Departments

The Word
The Hour Has Come

Dianne Bergant

Columns
This Valley of Tears

Valerie Schultz

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

George M. Anderson

Letters
Letters

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