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Articles from National Catholic Reporter (June 27, 2008)

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'Civil rights, peace, care for poor were his passion'. 362
'Company man' challenges church secrecy: clericalism, accountability not just liberal issues, says Russell Shaw. Roberts, Tom Book review 1172
'Faithful Citizenship' in an election year. Humphrey, Michael 995
'Tsunami of the plains'. Brief article 118
'Unaffiliated' voters in play. Brief article 139
A fiery voice. Bartley, Dan Letter to the editor 213
A kinder, gentler purgatory. Betty, Stafford 933
Abuse survivors. Newman, Dennis J. Letter to the editor 97
Activist unmasks a Planet of Slums. Terrall, Ben 1009
Assessing the liturgical reform of Vatican II: according to Fr. Taft, liturgical pioneers drew inspiration from Russian Orthodox emigres to France. McBrien, Richard P. 789
Authors criticize shallowness of contemporary atheism. Heffern, Rich Book review 1144
Big topics, few decisions as bishops meet. Allen, John L., Jr. 1100
Bishop Robinson. Walsh, Brendan Letter to the editor 194
Black sheep. 1536
Bodies displayed raise questions. Larivee, Rita 586
Boston parishes lose appeals. Brief article 159
Communion wars. Poirier, Vincent; Hay, Bill; Bohen, Marian Letter to the editor 526
Corrections. Correction notice 100
Europe adopts common asylum directive. 386
Excommunicated lay board dissolves itself, one member reconciles. 381
False ecumenism. Kokoski, Paul Letter to the editor 250
Fishhooks on a typewriter: 'Diminished Capacity' is a quirky comedy drawing on concerns about aging. Cunneen, Joseph; Doherty, Kevin Movie review 634
Food crisis needs farmer input, forum says. Zaccaro, Sabina 571
Hitting up the rich. Haller, Terry Letter to the editor 121
Hookup sex. Donnelly, Mary Letter to the editor 125
Israel. Herzel, Mary Letter to the editor 103
Issues more than skin deep: exhibits of dead bodies have produced vigorous ethical debate. Some find them awe-inspiring, some find them exploitative, some find them gross. Where do you come down? Humphrey, Michael 3051
Lay preaching. Merikangas, Robert J.; Jones, Mary Luke; Norman, Tara Letter to the editor 379
Legionaries face restrictions in Baltimore: archbishop insists on transparency from controversial order. Allen, John L., Jr. 1050
Petition pushes married clergy. Brief article 174
Prequel told to film elsewhere. Brief article 115
Protest follows Catholic peace award. Marrin, Patrick 761
Quotable & notable. Brief article 180
Religious challenge governor. Brief article 133
Ricochet. McElroy, Jerome L. Poem 154
Santa Rita. Ray, David Poem 113
The priest shortage. Ryan, John Letter to the editor 257
Theologians contemplate the generational divide. Allen, John L., Jr. 1056
Torture and politics: the Guantanamo military trials underway are deeply flawed. Quigley, Bill 908
Two prominent TV broadcasters who were Catholic passed away in early June. Obituary 87
When Meghan Hurley got word last month that she had won the Eileen Egan Award for a series of articles on global trade, she was doing volunteer work with teenage girls high in the Andes Mountains, half a world away from Cabrini College in Radnor, Pa. 127
Why El Salvador matters. 801
Women priest carry on despite Vatican. Coday, Dennis 355

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