The National Catholic Review

December 1, 2008

Vol. 199 No. 18Whole No. 4837 Download PDF

Editorials

Current Comment
No Common Ground? A Forgotten Battle
Ban the Bomblets
The deadly legacy of cluster bombs

Articles

An End to Torture
Maryann Cusimano Love
Can the United States recommit itself to legal interrogation techniques?
An Advocate for All
David Hollenbach
How the Catholic Church promotes human dignity
A Blood-Soaked Road
Thomas E. Quigley
Human rights came slowly to Latin America.
A Disappointing Record
Barbara Crossette
Will the new Human Rights Council take its mandate seriously?
Big Business and the U.N.
Robert A. Senser
Toward a new framework for corporate responsibility

Books and Culture

Culture
Body of Poetry
Peggy Rosenthal
Parsing Kate Daniels' 'Inscrutable'
Books
A Decision of the Heart
Daniel Cere
The conversion of Anne Rice
Books
Mission: A Joyful Challenge
Jeffrey Gros
The fifth general conference of the Latin American bishops (Celam) in 2007 was a significant event in the history of the church in the We

Columns and Departments

The Word
Begin Again
Barbara E. Reid
Faith in Focus
We Should Have Seen It Coming
James J. DiGiacomo
The first in a series for Advent and Christmas
Columns
A Happier Tomorrow
Terry Golway
'I'm inspired by the astonishing optimism of other Americans.'
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
Drew Christiansen
Letters
Letters

Web Only

  The Declaration of Human Rights at 60
A special issue featuring articles by Maryann Cusimano Love, David Hollenbach and Barbara Crossette
  Praying with Icons
A slideshow courtesy of Trinity Icons