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August 30, 2002 Cover story:

Talking about God with friends and a brew

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Fall and Winter Listings

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Paths to Peace
Special Section: Paths to Peace
Blueprint Vatican III
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Crisis in the Church - Clergy Sex Abuse

NCR in the News

Bishop Gumbleton addresses the
Crisis in the Church

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Essays in Theology Archives
By Fr. Richard McBrien
This feature is updated weekly.

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The Word From Rome
By John L. Allen, Jr.
NCR's Vatican Correspondent

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The Peace Pulpit
Bishop Thomas Gumbleton
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The links below will take you to this week’s stories:

linked button Cover story: God and beer in the summertime

linked button Cover story: Sharing stories of mystical experiences

linked button Inside NCR

linked button Starting Point: Blue string stays, bad mood lifts

linked button Divine mercy pope’s mantra in Poland visit

linked button A saint despite Vatican reservations

linked button Poles take pride in tenacious brand of Catholicism

linked button U.S. past haunts Iraq war plans

linked button Liturgical language struggle takes turn to traditionalism

linked button Church in Crisis: Boston scrutinizes Law’s depositions

linked button Church in Crisis: Abuse revelations hit Los Angeles church

linked button Church in Crisis: Lawsuit files under racketeering law charges cover-up

linked button Documents reveal nuncio’s cautious human rights stance

linked button Books: Linking the spiritual and sexual

linked button Books: Energies of attraction and connection

linked button Theater: New Yorkers sing just for the joy of it

linked button Tim Unsworth column: In praise of ushers out on the steps

linked button Kris Berggren column: Testy moments, spiritual growth on a weekend road trip

linked button Viewpoint: Sargent Shriver and the politics of life

linked button Viewpoint: Archaic rule harnesses the church and the Spirit

linked button EDITORIAL: Dousing of cold truth on Bush’s hot rhetoric

linked button EDITORIAL: Fearful ideologues ambush liturgical reform

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