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June 30, 2000 Cover story:

Where the young are building a bridge from horror to hope

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Priests and AIDS
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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 week’s stories:

linked button Cover story: Young and searching in Cambodia

linked button Cover story: Catholic church, decimated by war, tries to rebound

linked button Cover story: U.N., others push for Cambodia war crimes tribunal

linked button Inside NCR: New editors appointed for NCR

linked button Starting Point: A final journey in search of beauty

linked button Theologians challenge bishops on the public role of Catholicism

linked button Seeking a ‘quantum leap’ on homosexuality

linked button Bishops ponder new study of priest shortage

linked button Analysis: Eyes on Egan in New York

linked button Vatican officials favor elements of older Mass

linked button Chair will not have famed theologian’s name

linked button Korean leader sees God’s work in his life

linked button Books: American Catholics through new pair of glasses

linked button At the Movies: Dancing Fools

linked button Demetria Martinez column: Tally of dead rises on Mexican border

linked button Viewpoint: Rome’s not-so-veiled power play

linked button EDITORIAL: Vatican’s veto is no laughing matter

linked button EDITORIAL: Damning evidence supports deep judicial reform

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