The National Catholic Review

November 5, 2007

Vol. 197 No. 14Whole No. 4792 Download PDF


Torture and the C.I.A.
The Bush administration's denial of engaging in torture must be exposed.
Current Comment

More Light Than Heat


Bishops on Citizenship
Matt Malone, S.J.
Aided by the moral teaching of the church, U.S.
A Struggle for the Soul of Medicine
Myles N. Sheehan
At most medical schools in the United States, students are given a white coat during a ceremony in the first weeks after matriculation, and they are told about the role they will play and their obliga

Books and Culture

Models to Suit Many
John W. OMalley
'The Great Catholic Reformers,' reviewed
How Much Storytelling?
Daniel J. Harrington
The “Christmas story” that we re-enact annually is based for the most part on the infancy narratives found in the first two chapters of the
Images and Mirages
Mary A. McCay
Margaret Atwood has published over a dozen volumes of poetry.
The God of My Universe
Ilia Delio
Astronomers love to wander in the dark because it is often the darkest skies that radiate the brightest stars.
Ministering to Two Worlds
Allan Figueroa Deck
'Mexican-American Catholics,' reviewed

Columns and Departments

The Word
Resurrection and the Communion of Saints
Daniel J. Harrington
Faith in Focus
Faith & American Politics
Frank Monahan
A commentary on 'Faithful Citizenship'
Faith in Focus
Kyle T. Kramer
Preparing for the future through discipline today
Faith in Focus
Illness, Here Is Thy Sting
Jim McDermott
A review of 'Sicko'
Treasures of Darkness
Margaret Silf
'The poverty of a wintering earth contains secret riches.'
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
James Martin, SJ