The National Catholic Review

September 22, 2003

Vol. 189 No. 8Whole No. 4622

Editorials

Valiant Women

The evening sun is perceived as still setting when in fact it has already dipped below the horizon. Something similar happens in other contexts.

Articles

Refracting the Light
Mary Anne Reese

They are married, single, divorced and of every nationality and ethnic group. Their ranks include professionals, laborers, students, military and immigrants.

Women's Spirituality In the Workplace
Edward P. Cullen

On a cold Monday evening just before last Christmas, 22 Chicago women gathered to discuss how they live out their spirituality in the workplace.

Adult Faith Formation: Will It Catch On This Time?
Jane Regan

With growing clarity and insistence, voices within the church—both official and unofficial—speak repeatedly of the importance of the faith formation of adults to the life and vitality of the church

Food for Young Appetites
Phyllis M. Hanlon

On the surface, the scene is not unusuala group of young men and women laughing and talking in an informal setting while munching snacks and sipping beer.

Books and Culture

Books
Spiritual Discipline
John A. Coleman
The Princeton University sociologist Robert Wuthnow is the dean of American sociologists of religion.
Books
At the Heart of It
William Reiser
Luke Timothy Johnson, professor of New Testament in the Candler School of Theology at Emory University, has contributed the volumes on Ja

Columns and Departments

The Word
The Right Stuff
Dianne Bergant
Faith in Focus
Christ the Teacher
Sarah Stockton
Columns
Peace Has Taken Hold
Terry Golway
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Patricia A. Kossmann
Letters
Letters
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