The National Catholic Review

October 28, 2013

Vol. 209 No. 12Whole No. 5027 Download PDF


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Handshake Diplomacy, Swimming Upstream and Save Our Seas

Conscience of ‘America’

'America' needs the voices and gifts of women to fulfill our mission


Everything Is Yours
Annie Selak

Self-gift as a framework for ministry

Leading by Example
Kerry Weber

An interview on ministry, machismo and meaningful leadership

The Invisible Woman
Nichole M. Flores

Seeing migrant women through the eyes of Christ

United in Christ
Diana L. Hayes

Appreciating the diversity of women’s spiritualities

A Promising Path
Kathleen Sprows Cummings

Building ‘a profound theology of womanhood’ for the 21st century

Growth Opportunity
Carolyn Y. Woo

The importance of supporting women in developing nations

Opening Doors
Kerry Alys Robinson

Women in dialogue with the Vatican

Domestic Policy
Helen M. Alvaré

Can the church help women achieve a better work-life balance?

Books and Culture

After Ecstasy
Maureen O'Connell

The enthusiastic reaction to Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s choice of the name Francis underscores the ongoing

The Jewish Martyr
Brenna Moore

In the opening paragraph of Beyond the Walls, Joseph Palmisano, S.J., advances a startling claim:

Wounded Beauty
Eve Tushnet

I love horror movies because they show me the sublime.

Columns and Departments

The Word
The Small Matter of Sin

John W. Martens

Faith in Focus
Life on the Margins

Mary Pellegrino, C.S.J.

Faith in Focus
Bolt From the Blue

Helen C. Prejean, C.S.J.

Faith in Focus
Love, Naturally

Regina Bambrick-Rust

The Country of Mercy

Angela Alaimo O’Donnell

Of Many Things
Of Many Things

Kerry Weber

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