The National Catholic Review

May 31, 2010

Vol. 202 No. 18Whole No. 4896 Download PDF


Current Comment
Sin Inside the Church; Failure Prone Climate Bill; Kony at Large
The Spirit's Gifts
In the church's new birth this Pentecost, a birth by fire, some things must die.


What Good Soldiers Bear
Nancy Sherman

An exploration of the invisible wounds of war

True North
Thomas A. Shannon

How moral theologians help set Catholics on the right course

Books and Culture

Set in Stone
Jonathan Alpeyrie

A slideshow and essay documenting life at the Kintsvisi monastery in the Republic of Georgia

What Would Ignatius Do?
Janice Farnham

Ten years ago, a newly ordained Jesuit assigned to the editorial staff at America published his third book and personal

Examination of Conscience
Bill Williams

'Faith, Interrupted' is a heartfelt account of a spiritual quest that continues to this day.

A Philosophical Bazaar
Peter Heinegg

'Ideas That Matter' scans a vast spectrum of problems and issues with lively and opinionated prose.