The National Catholic Review

June 23, 2003

Vol. 188 No. 20Whole No. 4614

Editorials

Joshua and the Walls of Washington

May a state government run a lottery with the proviso that the winner may not donate the prize to any institution that trains students to become ministers of religion?

Articles

Ministering to People With AIDS
George M. Anderson

Switching from parochial school teaching in upstate New York to ministering to people with AIDS in a poor neighborhood of New York City is a very big leap indeed.

The Soldiers Came Asking
Michael Griffin

The Catholic Church in the United States has come to identify “peace and justice” issues as the call for the church to speak out and challenge policy makers.

Undermining Antiterrorism
Donald Kerwin

Over the last two months, thousands of Pakistani immigrants have abandoned their U.S. homes to seek refuge in Canada. Most wait fearfully in shelters and motels in U.S.

Books and Culture

Books
God's Globetrotter
Vincent T. OKeefe
Pope John Paul II will celebrate the 25th anniversary of his election to the Chair of Peter on Oct. 16, 2003.
Books
Subjugating Sarah
Kathleen Feeley
Valerie Martin’s new novel is aptly titled. The power of property—persons and things—drives the plot and illuminates the characters.
Books
For All in Need
George M. Anderson
More and more regional and intrastate conflicts throughout the world have led to huge increases in the numbers of refugees and internally
Portfolio
Art as Mission
Leo J. ODonovan
You can see a wonderful golden tabernacle and monstrance by Egino Weinert in the Gaukirche of Paderborn in Germany.

Columns and Departments

The Word
The Church's [Real] Foundation
Dianne Bergant
The Word
Who Does He Think He Is?
Dianne Bergant
Faith in Focus
Sacred Heart Spirituality
Rosemary Feerick
Columns
Building a Bridge With Kind Words
Terry Golway
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
James Martin, SJ
Letters
Letters
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