The National Catholic Review

September 10, 2007

Vol. 197 No. 6Whole No. 4784 Download PDF

Editorials

Current Comment

Who Lost Iraq?

Keeping Children Healthy
Sick children are a nightmare for any family.

Articles

Educating for a Living Faith
James J. DiGiacomo
What does it mean to go for the gold?
Forgiveness Unbound
Jeffry Odell Korgen
Reconciliation education is helping Rwanda to heal.
Giving Back
Jane Martinez Dowling

A year ago, Ms. Dowling was named president of the Academy of Mount St.

Woman of Peace
George M. Anderson

Whatever you do, do quickly.” Spoken two decades ago, these words of Anne Montgomery’s provincial superior to her were both a sign of support and an acknowledgment of advancing age.

The Faculty Problem
Wilson D. Miscamble
Can Catholic identity be preserved at Notre Dame?

Books and Culture

Books
Jihadi Journalist, American Patriot
Olga Bonfiglio
Why is a 14-year veteran U.S.
Books
Loving the World
Ann M. Begley
A review of essays by Anne Fadiman
Books
Top Priority: Addiction
James R. Kelly
Joseph A.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Lost Souls
Daniel J. Harrington
Faith in Focus
Praying in the Wild
Gerald W. Schlabach
Amid bears, grief and danger, a man finds peace.
Columns
Less Is More
Margaret Silf
'When you go down into the depths of the canyon at dawn, you can meet the creator at work.'
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Jim McDermott
Poem
In the Event of a Fire
Joseph J. Capista
Letters
Letters

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