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November 19, 1999 cover story:

Uranium’s trail of tears
Navajo fight resurgent nuclear industry

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Inside NCR: Spill the beans on someone you admire

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Gramick and Nugent documents.
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European Synod coverage

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Jesus at 2000 supplement: How to order


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The links below will take you to this weeks stories:

linked button Cover story: Navajo split on uranium plan

linked button Cover story: Sacred claims and blessings on both sides

linked button Inside NCR: Spill the beans on someone you admire

linked button Starting Point: A little boy who lost his mother ... and grew up to be pope

linked button Remembering the martyrs of El Salvador

linked button Sobrino offers a bittersweet look back

linked button Asian conversion focus of papal visit

linked button EWTN’s bishop says priests must face the people

linked button Financial crisis uncovered on heels of sex scandal

linked button At Call to Action, stoires show softer side ot disputes

linked button Books: Two views of Pius XII

linked button Movies: The Messenger

linked button Jeannette Batz column: World-views clash as cancer assails good man

linked button Viewpoint: More doubts than decisions at meeting

linked button Viewpoint: What visitors don’t see in Jerusalem is important

linked button EDITORIAL: Nuclear agency overlooks public interest

linked button Perspective: Here’s a plain for the next pope’s busy first day

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