The National Catholic Review

November 17, 2008

Vol. 199 No. 16Whole No. 4835 Download PDF

Editorials

The Living Gospel

It is one of the most vivid and reassuring images in the Scriptures: the Word of God compared to the rain and snow that give life to the earth:

For as the rain and the snow come down from heaven,

Current Comment
Recruiting Chaplains, Mad Men's Catholic Sensibility

Articles

Showing God's Face on the Battlefield
John J. McLain

A chaplain explains why he served.

The Chaplain's Dilemma
Tom Cornell

Can pastors in the military serve God and government?

One War at a Time
Gregory D. Foster

The case for selective conscientious objection

Books and Culture

Culture
Mystery Man
Gale Swiontkowski

Two new books set out to find Gerard Manley Hopkins.

Books
Unmasking the Truth
George M. Anderson

Searching for reasons for the assassination of JFK

Books
No Plaster Here
Keith J. Egan

Doña Teresa de Ahumada y Cepeda, who became simply Teresa de Jesús following her midlife conversion, had a personality so large and intri

Theater
Today's Man
Michael V. Tueth

Thomas More returns to Broadway

Columns and Departments

The Word
The Last Judgment

Daniel J. Harrington

Columns
Campaign Illnesses

John F. Kavanaugh

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

Matt Malone, S.J.

Poem
Notes on a Shameful Usage

Art Schwartz

Letters
Letters

Web Only

  The Art of Georges Rouault
Franco Mormando
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