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July 27, 2001 Cover story:

Trappist revival
French monks launch monastery in the
Czech Republic, first since the fall of communism
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linked button Starting Point: The heart has moving parts

linked button Turtle races out a Cincinnati festivals

linked button Saying ‘no’ to the Vatican: Obedience is a complex matter

linked button Protestors demand Vatican action on abuse of nuns

linked button Cardinal, pastors discuss general absolution

linked button Priest advocates married clergy

linked button Dominicans choose Argentinean as master

linked button Oklahoma governor reconsiders death penalty

linked button Make globalization user-friendly is Catholic plea

linked button Many fast, pray as G-8 summit meets

linked button Catholic groups join U.N. in push to end small arms trade

linked button POETRY

linked button At the Movies: Off the Path

linked button Rosemary Radford Ruether column: Vatican favors Palestinian homeland

linked button Viewpoint: Building multicultural parishes requires more than sensitivity

linked button Viewpoint: Stem cells stir controversy

linked button Viewpoint: Silencing no safeguard of truth

linked button EDITORIAL: Breaking traties is a reckless tactic

linked button EDITORIAL: Hopeful discussion underway in Chicago

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