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February 11, 2000 cover story:

Strife at Steubenville
Cracks in the house that Scanlan built

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Priests and AIDS
Reading the Kansas City Star articles on Priests & AIDS? See what NCR wrote in 1997.

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

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To the right are some of the stories in this week's issue. For general information about the NCR newsweekly, click on "About NCR" or see our frequently asked questions page, FAQ.

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Guatemala: Truth Commission Report

Does violent media make violent kids?

Jubilee 2000: Unchaining slaves of national debt

A dramatic step toward reform

The body of Christ torn asunder

Milwaukee’s experiment

Y2K: Preparing for the worst

Welfare to work



The links below will take you to this weeks stories:

linked button Cover story: What kind of model is Steubenville?

linked button Inside NCR: Of news, editorials and waiting for George

linked button Starting Point: The night the drummer boy visited

linked button Hispanic Catholics ignored

linked button Wide variations in ministry to Hispanics

linked button A refugee’s odyssey leads to theological peaks

linked button Bourgeois takes ‘Close SOA’ message to Rome

linked button Russians undecided on what should happen to Lenin remains

linked button Illinois governor imposes death penalty moratorium

linked button Books: A masterly lover of three religions

linked button Television: Quiz Shows

linked button Tim Unsworth column: A church without its Romeos is lost

linked button Illuminations: Pastor shocked by poverty builds Appalachian ministry

linked button Viewpoint: On horrors in Iraq, seeing is believing

linked button EDITORIAL: Steubenville merits close scrutiny

linked button Perspective: Casting light on poverty and death in Sudan

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