The National Catholic Review

April 28, 2003

Vol. 188 No. 15Whole No. 4609

Editorials

Casualties at Home

At a rally in Cleveland last July, a few days after the U.S.

Articles

The War on Terrorism
Caryle Murphy

The war now being fought by U.S. military forces in Iraq means that Saddam Hussein’s murderous reign is finished.

Children of Great Price
William J. Byron

“There is no economic incentive for a parent to devote full-time care to his or her own children at home,” complained a former student whom I hadn’t seen for 15 years.

Books and Culture

Books
Sweetness and Light
Joseph J. Feeney
In Vienna they say, “Mit Schlag.” In America they say, “A dollop of whipped cream.” In bookstores they now say, “Isn’t It R
Books
Our Father
Michael McGarry
Following up on his popular Walking the Bible, Bruce Feiler, journalist and travel writer, now presents his very personal explor
Books
When Led by the Spirit?
John A. Saliba
In a period of cultural and religious change, this book detects a revival of orthodoxy that offers a solution to the current religious tu

Columns and Departments

The Word
I'll Take Care of It!
Dianne Bergant
The Word
Have You Anything Here to Eat?
Dianne Bergant
Faith in Focus
On Being Gentle and Firm
Robert P. Maloney
Faith in Focus
Portraying Dorothy Day
George M. Anderson
Columns
Flowers or Weeds?
Ellen Rufft
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
George M. Anderson
Letters
Letters
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