The National Catholic Review

April 16, 2007

Vol. 196 No. 14Whole No. 4771


Current Comment
Sin of the WorldSlavery, it is said, was America’s original sin. In recent theological writing, it can also be described as a prime example of the sin of the world, a sin that runs through time and space infecting both persons and institutions.
Peace in Northern Uganda?
Might peace finally be possible in Northern Uganda? Over the course of two decades, the conflict between the Ugandan government and Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army has caused the displacement of almost two million people, with many thousands killed or raped.


Books and Culture

Seeing Red, or Blue
Eugene McCarraher
Are the culture wars of the last two decades a bogus conflict?
Just Good Business
Michael Bisesi
Where is the solution manual?
Her Nature, Her Future
William J. Collinge
Last fall, hearing Bob Dylan’s 1975 song Shelter From the Storm on the radio several times brought to mind a student from around that time,

Columns and Departments

The Word
Easter Faith: Its Effects
Daniel J. Harrington
The Word
The Call of the Good Shepherd
Daniel J. Harrington
A Risky Business
Maryann Cusimano Love
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Drew Christiansen