The National Catholic Review

May 24, 2004

Vol. 190 No. 18Whole No. 4653


Catholics and Politics 2004

The presidential campaign of 2004 promises to be the most expensive in U.S. history.


The Immigration President?
Verghese Chirayath

President Bush’s 2004 immigration proposal seems on first reading to be both enlightened and in keeping with his policy of homeland security.

Church-ianity and Christ-ianity
John C. Haughey

Many non-Catholic Christian students, especially those whose backgrounds are Lutheran or evangelical, are not shy about making personal faith statements in my theology classes at Loyola University

Feeling the Pain

The first step in teaching moral values to young journalists is to get them to feel pain—not their pain, the pain of others.

Standing With Pregnant Students
Angela Senander

If a student at a Catholic college becomes pregnant, what kind of support, if any, can she expect the college to give her to help her carry her pregnancy to term?

America' in the College Classroom
Doris Donnelly

In our electronic, computerized, digital world, it was refreshing for me recently to discover once again the power of the printed word, specifically the words printed in a magazine like the one you

Books and Culture

Big Apple: Hold the Caramel
Kathy O
Journalism can be a difficult and tricky trade for those whose heads are on straight and whose hearts are in the right places.
Hellish Lives
Robert F. Walch
A former Algerian army officer named Mohamed Moulessehoul, writing under the pseudonym Yasmina Khadra, paints a graphic picture of Afghan
The Pope's Light Cavalry
John W. OMalley
This book, as its subtitle indicates, is a history of the Jesuits from their origins up to the present day.

Columns and Departments

The Word
I Believe in God
Dianne Bergant
The Word
Look What Blew Into Town
Dianne Bergant
Faith in Focus
The Jesuits Are Too Liberal
Raymond D. Aumack
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Drew Christiansen
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