The National Catholic Review

March 20, 2006

Vol. 194 No. 10Whole No. 4726


Current Comment

Silver Medal Losers?

Reckless Improvisation

The announcement on March 3 that President George W. Bush had concluded a nuclear-supply agreement with the government of India’s Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was alarming news. What remains of the nuclear nonproliferation regime was already under severe stress from North Korea and Iran.


The Muslim Mystery
John F. Kavanaugh
Will the Seminaries Measure Up?
Ronald D. Witherup
Nourishing Head and Heart
Walter J. Burghardt
Love and Ruins in New Orleans
James Carter

An Interview With James Carter

Washed Away
Julie Bourbon

Books and Culture

(Re)Making History
Graham Russell Hodges

In his 90th year, the indefatigable historian John Hope Franklin has written his life story.

A Modern Bestiary
Franklin Freeman

Jorge Luis Borges, the Argentinian writer of short, elegant metaphysical fictional pieces, wrote in 1957 A Manual of Fantastic Zoology

Columns and Departments

The Word
God Who Is Rich in Mercy

Daniel J. Harrington

Faith in Focus

Tobie Tondi

Faith in Focus

Michael H. Crosby

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

Drew Christiansen

Sister Prudentia's Pilgrimage

Nancy G. Westerfield


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