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November 8, 2002 Cover story:

Faith in Hollywood
After decades in TV, Jack and Patt Shea still inspire entertainment industry Catholics
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Breaking News
Church in Crisis:
Revisions leave unanswered questions

Posted November 7.

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Paths to Peace
Special Section: Paths to Peace
Blueprint Vatican III
Click here.

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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

This feature is updated weekly.

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The Peace Pulpit
Bishop Thomas Gumbleton
This feature is updated weekly.

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The links below will take you to this week’s stories:

linked button Cover story: Hollywood veterans keep the faith with fellow industry Catholics

linked button Cover story: Mass and awards with show business sense

linked button Inside NCR

linked button Starting Point: The Sacred Closet

linked button Protesters’ message: ‘No War in Iraq’

linked button Vatican-U.S. commission announces completed revision of sex abuse norms

linked button Five top aides quit Mahony adminstration

linked button Bishop acknowledges he knew priest advocated sex with boys

linked button Dominican nuns face federal charges

linked button Analysis: Papal deeds speak louder

linked button Church in Crisis: Survivors connect to heal, raise voices

linked button Books: Placing Christianity in a pluralistic world

linked button Books: Fiery author calls for return to truth of gospels

linked button Movies: Film asks provocative questions about U.S. culture of violence

linked button Movies: Slain teen’s dad directs grief into action

linked button Jeannette Batz column: Art is no escape from suffering and war

linked button Viewpoint: The holiness of democracy

linked button Viewpoint: Gnawing fears spring from U.S. narcissism

linked button Viewpoint: Remembering a man of conviction

linked button EDITORIAL: Execution, even in this case, is wrong

linked button Perspective: Prayers and cabin fever in the crosshairs

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