The National Catholic Review

September 15, 2008

Vol. 199 No. 7Whole No. 4826 Download PDF

Editorials

Current Comment
Young Politicians, Risky Business, The U.N.'s Agenda

Articles

Christians Who Can Breathe and Laugh
William Thompson-Uberuaga
The life and work of Jean-Jacques Olier
Teaching Evolution
Paul Cottle
A Christian scientist frames a national debate.
A Space for Inquiry
Terrance W. Klein
Catholic universities and the search for meaning
An Unusual Partnership
Thomas Michel
Islamic scholars at Jesuit universities
Steps Toward Justice
Vincent J. Genovesi
What is the purpose of charitable works?
The Faith of a Child
Ann M. Garrido
An increasingly popular approach to teaching young people the faith
Learning Alone
William P. George
Solitude and undergraduate education

Books and Culture

Books
Away From the Pulpit, Into the Pews
Kathleen Sprows Cummings
James O'Toole's 'The Faithful,' reviewed
Books
Seeing With New Eyes
Richard J. Hauser
Like many of my contemporaries, I eagerly read The Divine Milieu in the early 1960s, as soon as it was translated into English.
Books
Two Billion Strong
Luke Timothy Johnson

Columns and Departments

The Word
Both Just and Merciful
Daniel J. Harrington
Columns
Back to the Future
Maryann Cusimano Love
'Why issue a new Defense Strategy with only months to go?'
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Luke Hansen, S.J.
Poem
She
Brian Doyle
Letters
Letters

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  The Florida Debate
Paul Cottle
The controversy over teaching evolution spread to Florida in late 2007 as a committee of 61 people—nearly all scientists and science educ