The National Catholic Review

December 12, 2011

Vol. 205 No. 18Whole No. 4955 Download PDF

Editorials

Current Comment

Will the Majority Rule?; Casualties of War; Not So Super

A Spirit-Led Future

With vocations and Mass attendance in decline, the church can no longer do all it once did.

Articles

Fixing Immigration
Donald Kerwin, James Ziglar

Start by making legal migration benefit everyone.

Union Made
Clayton Sinyai

A labor strategist's tools include faith, Scripture and social teaching.

Books and Culture

Books
Battle Across the Atlantic
Ryan W. Keating

Tracing the complex relations among Britain, the United States and the Confederacy

Books
Put Out Into the Deep
Kevin Spinale

Jennifer Haigh's 'Faith' forces one to contemplate ones relationships and consider ones fears.

Film
Together Again
Kamaria B. Porter

'The Muppets' subtly explores how our passions shape us.

Theater
A Broadway Revival
Rob Weinert-Kendt

'Godspell' is less a traditional musical than a combination praise service and theater-games exercise.

Columns and Departments

The Word
The Lord Is With Us

Peter Feldmeier

Columns
Broken, But Still Beating

Margaret Silf

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

Drew Christiansen

Poem
Lectio Divina

Philip C. Kolin

Letters
Letters

Web Only

  Climate Change: A Life Issue
Elizabeth Groppe
We are here in Panama,” stated Naderev Sano, “to tell the world that climate change is a matter of life and death for the Philippines.” S