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March 17, 2000 cover story:

The art of being human
In Michigan project, prisoners dream of things that may never be and say, ‘Why not?’

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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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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: Prison creations

linked button Inside NCR: Redeeming power of art: the view from prison

linked button Lent: Humans don’t like confusion, but God waits for us in the mess

linked button Good Friday’s can of worms

linked button Scholars say religious institutions ignore growing ‘Latino reality’

linked button Bishop shuts down women’s series

linked button Ex-chaplain, storyteller a victim in Burger King

linked button Analysis: Holy Land poses challenge to pope

linked button Events, new books recount Romero’s life

linked button Books: Romero’s transformation still fascinates

linked button POETRY

linked button Robert F. Drinan column: When will the American conscience demand justice for Vietnam?

linked button Sic: How to have infallibility without a pope

linked button Viewpoint: Hope scarce on death row

linked button Viewpoint: Psychology and theology need each other

linked button EDITORIAL: Try conversation rather than condemnation

linked button EDITORIAL: The McCain phenomenon offered us a hint of a better way

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