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Articles from National Catholic Reporter (November 16, 2007)

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$10.9 million verdict won't stop Phelps' anti-gay crusade. 370
'The price of sugar' tells a bitter story. Lloyd, Laura 1160
A durable future: Bill McKibben. Fox, Thomas C. 1097
Anti-torture activists claim victory. Mekay, Emad 550
Bill McKibben and the whippoorwills. Heffern, Rich 921
Biofuels. Southall, John W. Letter to the editor 298
Bipartisan alliance lobbies for Farm Bill reform. Fox, Thomas C. 497
Blackwater neighbors join protest against security firm. O'Neill, Patrick 923
Call to action sets about unfinished work on racism. Coday, Dennis 997
Choosing presiders. Burch, James H. Letter to the editor 123
Clean gold standard advocated. Brief article 142
Connecting in cyber-parishes: young Catholics find kindred souls on Facebook. Gilsinan, Kathy 1055
Eisenhower's lesson for Bush: Mideast summit is an occasion for U.S. to use its clout with Israel. Gordon, Neve 829
Episcopal Bishop John Bryson Chane of Washington National Cathedral and the Venerable Gyumed KhensurRinpoche Lobsang Jampa, a senior monk at the Guhyasamaja Buddhist Center in Washington, blessed dogs and cats at a Washington animal shelter Nov. 3. Brief article 84
Francis Collins, director of the National Genome Research Institute, received the Medal of Freedom at the White House Nov. 5. Brief article 117
Hajj parties subject to fatwa. Brief article 95
Hard to find sanctuary from $17 billion in marketing to kids. Malcolm, Teresa 642
Investigation finds faulty child protection. 781
Jesuit faces federal sex abuse charges. 413
Justice demanded. Brief article 154
Kids and consumerism: social justice-minded parents seek ways to resist pressures of commercial culture. Berggren, Kris 1568
Korean priests advocate a more democratic church. 352
N.J. church launches training on postpartum depression. LeFevere, Patricia 1548
Our greatest responsibility. Larivee, Rita 551
People killing people they knew: J. T. Rogers' riveting play 'The Overwhelming' looks at the days preceding the Rwandan genocide. Blaney, Retta 946
Pittsburgh exits Episcopal fold. Brief article 116
Program can change lives. 339
Quotable & notable. Quotation 189
Safety issues raise concerns, as does potential for polarized communities. Gilsinan, Kathy 772
Sign says, 'no trespassing' at the border, 'help wanted' at the workplace. McBrien, Richard P. 778
Some young Jews seek out alternative bar mitzvahs. Corman, Joanna 394
Sometimes bishops say yes. Allen, John L., Jr. 2310
St. Joseph health system. Glaser, John W. Letter to the editor 288
Taking a fresh look at Joseph. Smith-Christopher, Daniel Book review 731
Teaching children to think critically about media. Malcolm, Teresa Brief article 315
The lore and lure of marketing. Editorial 821
The nightmare scenario of organ donation. Allen, John L., Jr. 692
The thinking bomb: suicide operations evolve into a tactical method for insurgents. Ghazi, Jalal 1159
The White House announced Nov. 5 that Mary Ann Glendon, a law professor at Harvard University, will be nominated as the new U.S. ambassador to the Vatican. Brief article 84
The world is about to change. McKibben, Bill Reprint 414
Think smaller. Boudreau, Larry Letter to the editor 229
Trafficking bill changes sought. Brief article 141
Vegetative states. Mitchell, Arnult Letter to the editor 212
Women cardinals. Chiaravalle, Dominic Letter to the editor 168
Women warned off ordination. Brief article 137

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