The National Catholic Review

February 16, 2009

Vol. 200 No. 5Whole No. 4845 Download PDF

Editorials

Updike at Rest
Commentary
An appreciation of a Christian man of letters
Current Comment
The duty to protect and the perils of Vitamin Water

Articles

A Tragic Inheritance
Steven C. Moore
A personal perspective on the abortion debate
That Motown Sound
David E. Nantais
Berry Gordy, Jr. and the African-American experience
Real Americans, Real Catholics
Vincent D. Rougeau
Race, religion and the 2008 election
Finding Renewal
James R. Kelly
Why the pro-life movement should return to its roots

Books and Culture

Books
Brahmin Isolato
Peter Heinegg
They were nearly all Islanders on the Pequod,” Herman Melville famously wrote, “Isolatoes too, I call such, not acknowledging the common
Books
Suppressing All Jewishness
Daniel J. Harrington
'The Aryan Jesus,' reviewed

Columns and Departments

The Word
Agents of Forgiveness
Barbara E. Reid
Columns
The Common Ground
Maryann Cusimano Love
'Perhaps the visions of Benedict and Obama can coincide.'
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
James T. Keane
Letters
Letters