The National Catholic Review

November 20, 2006

Vol. 195 No. 16Whole No. 4753

Editorials

Current Comment
Abu Ghraib at HomeThe now infamous photo of an Abu Ghraib detainee crouching in terror before a snarling dog appalled people around the world. But the same thing is happening in prisons in five U.S. states.
Pilgrimage to Constantinople
With the exception of his appearance before his old faculty at the University of Regensburg, Pope Benedict XVI’s travels have been quiet affairs.

Articles

Theologians and White Supremacy
James H. Cone
An Interview With James H. Cone
A Tale of Two Worlds
Peter Gyves
The Best and Worst of Times
Thomas J. Curry

Books and Culture

Books
The Maturation of Medical Ethics
John F. Kavanaugh
Almost 30 years ago, when the field of medical ethics was still in its youth, the Dominicans Benedict Ashley and Kevin O’Rourke published
Books
Everyday Renewals
John B. Breslin
I carried a copy of Seamus Heaney’s latest collection,

Columns and Departments

The Word
King of Kings, Lord of Lords
Daniel J. Harrington
Faith in Focus
The Sunset Was My Reminder
Katherine Olson
Columns
What Counts as Help?
Maryann Cusimano Love
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
John W. Donohue
Letters
Letters