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Articles from National Catholic Reporter (February 24, 1995)

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Title Author Type Words
'L'affaire' Gaillot: Vatican miscalculation? Editorial 553
Calmness is fleeting in stormy Chiapas. Bertke, Marlene 1248
Diocese may sell seminary to school tied to Opus Dei. McClory, Robert 523
Ending abject poverty is U.N. summit goal. Collins, Carole 881
Guatemalans create society based on lessons learned in Mexican exile. MacEoin, Gary 1428
Hope in face of Vatican judgment. Editorial 611
If bishops represent anyone it's Jesus, not pope. McBrien, Richard Column 788
Labor solidarity brings change in the Dominican Republic: workers use U.S. law as leverage abroad. Berman, Karl 1217
Magazine closes gap between religion and art. Unsworth, Tim Biography 1910
Minimum-wage hike request need serious airing. Editorial 633
My Lai massacre was an American tragedy: lessons unlearned as warrior culture lives. Berry, Jason 1752
Pat Robertson: suit against his CBN empire charges misuse of tax-exempt assets. Jones, Arthur 1433
Pentecostals dress like Catholic bishops. Banks, Adelle M. 941
Priest tied to Mexican Midas: whereabouts of both men remains unknown. Ross, John (American tribal leader) 1141
Rebellion from the Roots: Indian Uprising in Chiapas. Wirpsa, Leslie Book Review 615
Renewal of papacy will transform the church. Cooke, Bernard Cover Story 1936
Troop action incites turmoil in Mexico: 100,000 protest indictments of rebel leaders. Coleman, Bill; Coleman, Patty 1055

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