The National Catholic Review

April 4, 2005

Vol. 192 No. 12Whole No. 4687

Editorials

Genesis and Darwinism

In a message to the Pontifical Academy of Science in October 1996, Pope John Paul II said, New knowledge leads to the recognition of the theory of evolution as more than a hypothesis.

Articles

Champion of Conscience
James F. Keenan
Is God One of Us?
Andrew M. Greeley
The Search for Lebanon
Paul Wachter
A Passion for Unity
Peter J. Bernardi

Books and Culture

Books
The Conjurer
Constance M. McGovern
The Rough Rider, the Bull Moose, the president who used his office as a bully pulpit, the man who carried the big stick, the asthmatic ch
Books
Willie at War
Andrew M. Greeley
It has been 90 years since the beginning of the Great War in 1914, longer than the time between Fort Sumter and Pearl Harbor.
Books
Thus Always to Tyrants'
Peter Duffy
Sarah Vowell, whose idiosyncratic voice (in both senses) is familiar to listeners of National Public Radio’s This American Life, expended
Books
Confronting a Culture of Fear
Paul Wachter
In the wake of the tsunami in the Indian Ocean, as the death toll quickly climbed into the tens of thousands, many religious leaders and
Books
Blooming Where Planted
Ron Hansen
David Plante was born in Providence, R.I., in 1940, the next to last of the seven sons of Anaclet and Albina Plante, French-Canadians who

Columns and Departments

The Word
I'll Know It When I See It
Dianne Bergant
The Word
Follow the Leader!
Dianne Bergant
Letters
Letters