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Articles from National Catholic Reporter (September 27, 1996)

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Animals could teach us a lot about ourselves: if gorillas can respond with compassion for one of us, what does this tell us about ourselves? Ruether, Rosemary Radford Column 957
Bernardin visits death row inmate. Fox, Tom Editorial 392
Contending with Modernity: Catholic Higher Education in the Twentieth Century. O'Brien, David J. Book Review 831
Entertaining Angels. Cunneen, Joseph Movie Review 1122
Female academics challenge status quo. Schaeffer, Pamela Cover Story 2335
From the Heart of the American Church: Catholic Higher Education and American Culture. Shea, William M. Book Review 455
God's politics get election-year shakedown. 1602
Group raps experiments on animals at Boys Town. Malcolm, Teresa 549
Identity crisis creates strategies, stress. Schaeffer, Pamela Cover Story 2982
Pretty Margaret's lingering dream: we all wait, looking out windows for something, for someone, in every season. Behrens, Jeff Column 753
Relationship of universities, church at stake when bishops vote this fall. Schaeffer, Pamela Cover Story 1949
Rich heritage, not rules, make church great. Editorial 666
Scottish bishop resigns after highland fling. Hebblewaite, Margaret 516
The Spitefire Grill. Cunneen, Joseph Movie Review 362
Voice crying in a crowd for justice for God's poor. Editorial 499

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