The National Catholic Review

November 26, 2007

Vol. 197 No. 17Whole No. 4795 Download PDF


Current Comment
DNA evidence, Chicago scandal & a Lutheran musical
Proving Innocence by DNA

DNA evidence from hair, saliva, semen or other cell sources, has led to over 200 exonerations of wrongly convicted prisoners nationwide since 1989, according to an Innocence Project report.

Dreams on Hold
The sad decline of the Dream Act


Let Us Look Together to Christ
Jim McDermott
An interview with Jesuit General Peter-Hans Kolvenbach
In Defense of Human Life
John F. Kavanaugh
'The abortion debate is about who and what we are.' - Francis J. Beckwith

Books and Culture

Surprised by Joy
Angela ODonnell
For the reader whose misfortune it is not to have yet discovered Kelly Cherry’s poems, this is your lucky day.
Either Too Poor or Too Rich
John A. Coleman
Recently, economists pointed to a small drop in the number of absolutely poor in 2006 census data. Many dispute the finding’s significance.
Fascinating Company
Jonathan Wright
A review of Raymond A. Schroth's "The American Jesuits"
A Man for Our Season
Richard A. Blake
George Clooney as Thomas More? A review of 'Michael Clayton'

Columns and Departments

The Word
Advent Hopes and Challenges
Daniel J. Harrington
Faith in Focus
Alpha and Omega
Joseph A. OHare
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
George M. Anderson
One Afternoon
John Fandel

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