The National Catholic Review

May 10, 2004

Vol. 190 No. 16Whole No. 4651



There is another killer disease besides AIDS, but it receives far less attention in the wealthy nations of the Northmalaria. Malaria has been almost completely eliminated in the United States and other developed countries.


Celebrating Good Liturgy'
Nathan D. Mitchell
Why Go to Mass?
John F. Baldovin
Liturgical Differences
David Haschka

Books and Culture

A New Landscape in Ministry
Rose Zuzworsky

Two faith questions guiding Kathleen Hope Brown’s small but timely and comprehensive book, Who is God? and Who am I?

Color Him Black
James S. Torrens

The Face is a sequence of 45 poems, many of them previously published in literary journals, that add up to a “novella in verse.”

Experimental Decade
Maurice Timothy Reidy

It is no great secret that the Catholic liturgy in the United States underwent significant changes in the 1960’s and 1970’s.

Columns and Departments

The Word
What Does It Mean?

Dianne Bergant

The Word
Home Alone?

Dianne Bergant

Faith in Focus
Remembering First Communion

Carole Garibaldi Rogers

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

Drew Christiansen

The Hatching

Kate Daniels


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