The National Catholic Review

November 22, 2004

Vol. 191 No. 16Whole No. 4671

Editorials

Thanksgiving and World Hunger

Thanksgiving will be for many in the United States an occasion to gather around tables groaning under the weight of food in celebration of this quintessentially American holiday. But as we give thanks, we also pray for those who are hungry.

Articles

Making the Ask
Sherryl White
Hospitality to Strangers
George M. Anderson

Books and Culture

Books
The Face of the Poor Is Ours
Cecilio Morales

Jan. 8 this year marked the 40th anniversary of President Lyndon B.

Books
More Two-Part Harmony
Thomas Hughson

This volume of essays so exemplifies civil yet strenuous exchange on volatile topics in contemporary Catholicism that it exceeds a search

Books
Repairing the Prairie
Kirk Zebolsky

Books about America’s grasslands have traditionally been written somewhere else.

Columns and Departments

The Word
We Are a Pilgrim People

Dianne Bergant

Faith in Focus
A Two-Sided Coin

Paul Scanlon

Letters
Letters

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