The National Catholic Review

June 20, 2005

Vol. 192 No. 21Whole No. 4696

Editorials

Speaking the Truth in Love

Since Paul confronted Peter, the church has known diverse tendencies within it.

Articles

Leftover Embryos
John F. Kavanaugh
Hopes for U.N. Reform
Celestino Migliore
Orthodoxy Online
Jeffrey J. Guhin
Benedict: What's in a Name?
John W. OMalley

Books and Culture

Books
Living by the Sword
Mark E. Rondeau

Today as never before in their history Americans are enthralled with military power. So begins the introduction to Andrew J.

Books
The Democratic Project
Nancy Hawkins

The newest book by the papal biographer and social commentator George Weigel owes much of its theory to the late Pope John Paul II, and i

Books
Six Faces of Temperance
Joseph A. Loya

At the closing of the interreligious World Day of Peace in Assisi in 1986, Pope John Paul II articulated the essence and value of the day

Columns and Departments

The Word
Openhearted Hospitality

Dianne Bergant

The Word
Three Cheers for God!

Dianne Bergant

Faith in Focus
Teach Us to Pray

Greg Kandra

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

James Martin, SJ

Letters
Letters