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January 26, 2001 Cover story:

How’s your parish?
Paul Wilkes and the Parish Study searched for the best in the U.S.
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The links below will take you to this week’s stories:

linked button Cover story: Great parishes

linked button Cover story: What excellent parishes have in common

linked button Inside NCR

linked button Starting Point: Sighting life’s sparkles

linked button Stem cell rift among Vatican experts

linked button Peoria bans teachers from conference

linked button Farm workers: No progress in 25 years

linked button Iraq sanctions in protesters’ spotlight

linked button POETRY

linked button Essay: A journey back

linked button Books: Evil, good closely woven on the border

linked button Viewpoint: No room for our gift, no room for our faith?

linked button EDITORIAL: California power nightmare is just the beginning

linked button Perspective: One last look at some tales of 2000

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