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October 6, 2000 Cover story:

Passing it on
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Name your favorite book
   Once again, NCR invites its readers to do a book, an author and the reading public a favor and share the books that most impressed, amused or otherwise edified you in 2000.
   Please write and tell us about your favorite book, preferably one published in 2000. One line will do, but please do not write longer than 300 words. Include the title and the author, if possible, the publisher and the price. There will be no payment, just the chance to spread you enthusiasm.
   The edited selections will appear in the Nov. 3 Winter Books issue. The deadline for submissions is Oct. 13. Send your submission to “Favorite Book” at National Catholic Reporter, 115 East Armour Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111, or by e-mail to
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linked button Starting Point: The little barn cat

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linked button Bribery scandal brings President Fujimori down

linked button ‘Oceans of Peace’

linked button Host Sant’Egidio community in familiar mediator role

linked button Ratzinger speaks out in new book, debate

linked button Books: Fairy tales’ deeper story of faith

linked button Joan Chittister column: Will we look the other way as nations drown in debt?

linked button Viewpoint: Case imperils protection of disability rights

linked button EDITORIAL: Heartening discussion of church future

linked button Perspective: Keeping my eyes on the money

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