The National Catholic Review

July 17, 2006

Vol. 195 No. 2Whole No. 4739

Editorials

Current Comment
Sudanese Smoke ScreenVictims in Darfur of rape, murder and the burning of villages by government-sanctioned janjaweed militia have yet to see perpetrators brought to justice.
Housing Discrimination
Racism in the United States can take many forms. Some are as obvious as slurs shouted from cars or hate crimes; others are less apparent. One of racism’s covert guises is housing discrimination.

Articles

Descent Into Hell
John F. Kavanaugh
In the week when one U.S.
Colombian Dreams
James R. Stormes

 

• Economic growth that will not disappear with the next market change

Books and Culture

Books
The Medium and the Message
Dianne Bergant
Megan McKenna is a storyteller. Even when she interprets someone else’s story, she uses the medium of story to do so.
Books
The Struggle Continues
Katrina Schuth
This volume is crammed with meticulously researched biblical, historical, theological and sociological information on order and ministry
Books
Into the Dark
Brennan O'Donnell
Shortly before her death in 1997, the renowned English-born American poet Denise Levertov published two volumes of selected poems.

Columns and Departments

The Word
The Sign of the Prophet
Daniel J. Harrington
The Word
A Shepherd for Gods People
Daniel J. Harrington
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
George M. Anderson
Letters
Letters

Web Only

  A Saint Too Little Known
John W. Padberg
Peter Faber may best have exemplified what a missionary to the church of the Reformation era needed.