The National Catholic Review

August 30, 2010

Vol. 203 No. 5Whole No. 4903 Download PDF

Editorials

Give Labor Its Day
Corporate profits cannot in justice be made at the expense of the nation's labor force.
Current Comment
Resignations Refused; Ethics by Default; The Real Islam

Articles

What's Extraordinary?
Gerald D. Coleman
Catholic wisdom on end-of-life care
The Jesus of History
Bernard Brandon Scott, Adela Yarbro Collins
Two scholars respond to Luke Timothy Johnson.

Books and Culture

Art
Risking Everything
Leo J. O'Donovan
“All art worthy of the name,” Henri Matisse once said, “is religious.”
Books
Hows He Doing?
Michael Sean Winters
Jonathan Alter's account of President Obama's first year in office
Books
Into The Darkness
Ann M. Begley
Arthur Koestler was a man of controversy in death as in life.
Film
Around the World I've Searched for You
Harry Forbes
Julia Roberts' quest for spiritual enlightenment in 'Eat Pray Love' comes across as unremittingly self-centered.
Theater
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Jake Martin
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