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June 16, 2000 Cover story:

Francis of the city
New York parish bustles with commuters, immigrants and ministries, but no registered members

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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


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The links below will take you to this weeks stories:

linked button Cover story: Serving a sea of commuters

linked button Cover story: ‘Can I do this with my heart?’ he asked

linked button Cover story: Novices pray together, watch Sunday game

linked button Cover story: Parish center goes to bat for immigrants

linked button Inside NCR: NCR claims top spot in press asociation awards

linked button Starting Point: Light piercing the darkness

linked button Vatican OKs Ex Corde norms

linked button Gramick says no to Vatican silencing, expects dismissal

linked button Priests on bishops’ agenda

linked button Debate swirls around how long is too long for a pope to reign

linked button New Chiapas bishop steps in with caution

linked button Women’s ordination advocates post ‘sign from God’ in Chicago

linked button POETRY

linked button Books: Book explores ‘Staggering panorama’ of celibacy

linked button Books: For elizondo, Jesus is mestizo, Our Lady is first American

linked button Television: ‘Agent of Grace’: A theologian in Nazi Germany

linked button Robert F. Drinan column: Zeal to end death penalty growing

linked button Rosemary Radford Ruether column: Diverse forms of family life merit recognition

linked button Viewpoint: Some seek Indian way to be Christian

linked button EDITORIAL: Prophet’s troubles don’t mean they’re wrong

linked button Perspective: Poverty is death, Gutierrez tells graduates

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