The National Catholic Review

February 27, 2006

Vol. 194 No. 7Whole No. 4723


Culture Clash
The chasm between the Muslim world and the West yawns still wider as a result of the furor over Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Some of the protest, particularly in Syria, Lebanon and Iran, was government instigated; some was fomented by radicals keen to whip up animosity against the West.


A Thief in the Night
Valerie Schultz
The Francis Next Door
Karen Sue Smith
After the Tsunami, Peace
Robert N. Lynch
Ruined for Life
George M. Anderson
A New Impediment
Thomas D. Candreva

Books and Culture

What to Tell the Kids?
Peter Heinegg
In 1935, a 26-year-old Viennese Jew with a Ph.D.
City on Screen
George W. Hunt
Mel Brooks once said that the toughest and most interesting thing about making a movie was “cutting out each of those tiny sprocket holes
Shared Authority
William A. Galston
In Active Liberty Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer offers an alternative to Justice Antonin Scalia’s advocacy of text-focused sta

Columns and Departments

The Word
The Rainbow
Daniel J. Harrington
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Joseph A. O'Hare