The National Catholic Review

March 16, 2009

Vol. 200 No. 9Whole No. 4849 Download PDF

Editorials

Current Comment
Indicted for War Crimes
A Future With Mr. Chavez
From 2009, the editors on the reelection of Hugo Chavez

Articles

Then There Was One
Dr. Daniel P. Sulmasy
The unraveling of Catholic health care
A Long Struggle for Peace
George M. Anderson
Mauricio Garcia on Colombia's violent history
Bon Appetit!
Karen Sue Smith
The fourth in a series for Lent
The Well
Timothy Michael Dolan
A thing of mystery, a hint of eternity
Mano a Mano
Michael V. Tueth
Ron Howards Frost/Nixon

Books and Culture

Art
The Look of the Irish
Jon M. Sweeney
Both the hard facts and the fanciful legends about Patrick have the power to fascinate and instruct.
Books
From Prejudice to Power
Nancy J. Curtin
Jay Dolan's 'The Irish Americans,' reviewed
Books
A Mighty Purpose
Dennis OBrien
The first question that comes to mind about these two eminently sensible books is “who reads them and why?”There must be an audience for
Theater
God Talk Off Broadway
Rob Weinert-Kendt
Two shows now playing in New York have Christian faith and institutional authority as central themes.