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March 31, 2000 cover story:

Special Report: PRIESTS

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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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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.

If this week's stories fail to convince you to subscribe, please come again next week; we know the paper speaks for itself. If you have any questions feel free to e-mail us at Also, letters to the editor should be directed to

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Y2K: Preparing for the worst

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The links below will take you to this weeks stories:

linked button Special Report: PRIESTS

linked button Inside NCR: Priest are not passé, so we’ed better care

linked button Lent: Both the rascals and the prophets can be the voice of God

linked button Dressing the wounds as bitter hatreds persist

linked button Visiting the village erased from all but a family’s memory

linked button Liturgy czar a Pinochet ally, foe of liberation theology

linked button Journalists quit in protest of newspapers’ policies

linked button POETRY

linked button Sic: Mediocrity hits a home run

linked button Rosemary Radford Ruether column: Thought control extends its reach in Lincoln

linked button Viewpoint: A strong leader, a holy man

linked button EDITORIAL: Apology a good break from business as usual

linked button EDITORIAL: Community itself at stake if priesthood problems ignored

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