The National Catholic Review

July 5, 2010

Vol. 203 No. 1Whole No. 4899 Download PDF

Editorials

Current Comment
An Acting President?; Money, Feel Free to Speak; Dream Daddies
Justice for Juveniles
The courts must deal with juveniles in a manner that is both just and compassionate.

Articles

Prison Breakthrough
Valerie Schultz
The surprising rewards of detention ministry
The Last Days Of St. Vincents
Kevin Clarke
A venerable New York institution closes its doors.
Will Work for Free
Kerry Weber
Faith-based programs create a culture of service amid economic crisis.
Short-Term Commitment, Long-Term Effects
Kerry Weber

Not everyone can spend a year or two as a full-time volunteer.

Books and Culture

Culture
Edinburgh's Grande Dame
Ann M. Begley
Scholars have difficulty categorizing Muriel Spark; she has no identifiable precursors.
Art
Arranged by Measure
Jon M. Sweeney
The worldview of the Gothic cathedral
Television
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Kevin Clarke
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Columns and Departments

The Word
The Kindness of Strangers
Barbara E. Reid
The Word
A Womans Place
Barbara E. Reid
Columns
Of Many Things
James Martin, SJ
Columns
The Year for Humility
Kyle T. Kramer
Letters
Letters

Web Only

  Along the Legal Path
George M. Anderson
Joseph Cosgrove's journey as a Catholic lawyer
  Report from Haiti
Peter Schineller
Dr. Dianne Jean-Francois directs the work of the Catholic Medical Mission Board in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. A resident of Port of Prince, she recently visited Washington, D.C., to speak at the annual conference of the Global Health Council. While there she spoke by phone with Peter Schineller, S.J., a member of the board of directors of the CMMB. What follows is an edited account of their conversation.