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July 14, 2000 Cover story:

‘I remembered things’
Iowa woman returns to Guatemala, the landscape of her nightmares

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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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IRAQ: Killing it softly with sanctions

Imagining intervention without violence

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 week’s stories:

linked button Cover story: Lost childhood found

linked button Inside NCR

linked button Starting Point: What we give wears well across miles, through years

linked button Stoking the firs of activism

linked button Loretto Peace Express: First stop, White House

linked button Lutheran bishop endorses intercommunion

linked button Scholars hail Elizondo.s vision

linked button Distraught immigrant holds bishop for 9 hours

linked button Genetic breakthrough elicits ethical alarm

linked button Off camera, the serious side to Gay Pride events

linked button Pope nixes speech, so Gaillot gives interviews

linked button POETRY

linked button Books: Sex and holiness: two ‘thoroughly compatible realities’

linked button Television: Empty, dull, phony and popular

linked button Jeannette Batz column: A metaphor can save us

linked button Tim Unsworth column: Church labors under heavy hierarchy

linked button Viewpoint: Tracing justice issues in a cup of coffee

linked button EDITORIAL: Three decisions provoke more than they solve

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