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January 14, 2000 cover story:

Great expectations
St. Frances Academy overcomes images of despair in inner-city Baltimore

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Coverage of the 1999 Parliament of the World's Religions.

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European Synod coverage

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linked button Inside NCR: Not every word translates into liturgy

linked button Starting Point: Manhattan memories float in cloister

linked button Rich world, poor world

linked button Opening doors to Cuba in a baseball game

linked button About-face on liturgical language

linked button Keeping Faith

linked button Bishop’s transfer protects interests of powerful

linked button POETRY

linked button Books: A blueprint for papal reform

linked button Media: Good reasons why Bradley won’t talk religion

linked button Jeannette Batz column: Aching to share, like the disciples

linked button Robert F. Drinan column: The world has judged electrocution as inhumane

linked button Viewpoint: Aquinas on women

linked button Viewpoint: Getting ready for ties with Beijing

linked button EDITORIAL: Translation dispute reveals revisionists’ agenda

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