The National Catholic Review

November 8, 2010

Vol. 203 No. 13Whole No. 4911 Download PDF


Bullying, a Deadly Sin
To live out God's will is difficult for anyone, but it can be particularly difficult for teenagers.
Current Comment
Moynihan Was Right; Poison in Nigeria; Britain Grows Less Defensive


A Soldier's Homecoming
Elizabeth A. McDaniel

An army counselor continues his healing mission with today's veterans.

Our Ecumenical Future
Christopher J. Ruddy

How the bishops can advance Christian unity

Books and Culture

Following Marco Polo
Leo J. O'Donovan

From the moment you enter “The World of Khubilai Khan” at the Met, you are in a wholly other world.

Patriot, Statesman, Gentleman
Thomas R. Murphy

Senator Henry Clay got a young nation talking about what it wanted to become.

The Long Correspondence
Michael Baxter

Dorothy Days letters bear the tone of a matriarch of a vivacious, unruly family.

Consumed by Inner Fire
Marie Anne Mayeski

St. Catherine of Siena was attentive to Gods presence at virtually every moment.

Under a Texas Sky
Anna Keating

In its commitment to place, NBC’s “Friday Night Lights” is something like a William Faulkner novel.

Columns and Departments

The Word
Fearless Testimony

Barbara E. Reid

Faith in Focus
Kill Zone
Raising Small-c Catholics

Kyle T. Kramer

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

Kevin Clarke


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The Editors
How do you prepare for Advent and Christmas?