The National Catholic Review

March 7, 2005

Vol. 192 No. 8Whole No. 4683

Editorials

Jail Without End
The United States today can be likened to a party of travelers in dangerin the path of a forest fire, for instance, or tossed about in a stormy sea. To survive they must make the right movesfind a road that leads out of the woods or discover a harbor that provides shelter.

Articles

Faith Like a Seed
Valerie Schultz
Working for Peace
John Dear
An Interview with John Dear, S.J.
The Tomb of Christ
Jerry Ryan
Meeting Jesus Again
Ann Naffziger

Books and Culture

Books
How We Express Faith
Claire Hoertz Badaracco
At the Church of Saint Ignatius Loyola on Park Avenue in Manhattan between mid-summer of 1896 and June of the following year, the seven Jes
Books
Make No Mistake About It
George M. Anderson
It is rare that the author of one extraordinary book should follow it a decade later with another of almost equal power.
Books
What Are You Looking For?'
Ellen Lucey Prozeller
This book applies a singular approach to the study of the Gospel.

Columns and Departments

The Word
I Believe; Help My Unbelief!
Dianne Bergant
Faith in Focus
The Father of Mercies
Matt Malone, S.J.
Letters
Letters