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Articles from National Catholic Reporter (October 1, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
A new look at hunger: book measures and maps who goes hungry. Carriere, Julien Book review 688
Activists protest Uribe at Georgetown. Mcelwee, Joshua J. 726
Antiwar defendants get unexpected hearing. Mcelwee, Joshua J. 632
Authors reach for a sense of the sacred. Scharper, Diane Book review 1006
Belgian abuse story is eerily familiar. Allen, John L., Jr. 1084
Bringing resources to U.S. dioceses in need. Gallagher, Tom 969
Catholic Charities reports millions more in poverty. Filteau, Jerry 1247
Catholics step up to provide voice for church in media. Allen, John L., Jr. 579
Definition of family becoming broader. 365
Episcopal bishop told to resign. Brief article 154
Equal rites. Iaquinta, Alice; Sandall, Patricia Letter to the editor 217
FBI 'erred62' in retreat center probe. Brief article 182
Fleeing from environmental disasters. Scribner, Todd Book review 794
For the statistically minded. Carriere, Julien 470
Fr. Panikkar, interreligious scholar, dies at 91. Prabhu, Joseph In memoriam 1330
Gambling for schools rejected. Brief article 125
Group aims to mobilize Catholics for equality. Coday, Dennis 1061
Haiti grace in the rubble: in a dysfunctional city where chaos and suffering are the foundation of every day, a visitor also finds hope and transfiguration: Haiti can change a person. Straub, Gerard Thomas 1968
How the church can be a humble model. Editorial 302
Important questions about do-good organizations. Kelly, Timothy Book review 599
In church together: longing for communion, looking for the sacred, hungry for meaning. 1149
Insights on poverty, immigration. Editorial 665
Irish priests form association; meeting hall overflows. 360
Lessons to lead us onward. Sanchez, Patricia 818
Lost works return to stage: theater aims to rescue Irish catholic playwright from unmerited obscurity. Blaney, Retta 1040
Making reparation. Butera, Charles Letter to the editor 268
Pakistan's slow-moving emergency: aid groups struggle to meet needs in the aftermath of massive flooding in an already troubled country. Herlinger, Chris 1846
Pope, critics have their day: papal events draw crowds in UK-as does London protest. Allen, John L., Jr. 1513
Priest presents bitter truths as well as hope. Jones, Arthur Book review 729
Radical change wanted. Lazzo, Janelle Letter to the editor 293
Radical individualism and the poverty rate. Editorial 680
Reaping the harvest of adventure. Heffern, Rich 754
Roma deportations denounced. Brief article 154
Saints we know little about, a saint we should know better. McBrien, Richard 695
Send high school football to the showers. McCarthy, Colman Column 773
Setting back ecumenism. Mahon, Joseph Letter to the editor 229
Studying Jesus historically brings new riches to faith. Turner, Darrell Book review 688
Support split on stem cells. Brief article 177
Synod to focus on Middle East Catholics. Brief article 154
The attorney for the poor. Editorial 604
Toxic brew ban sought. Brief article 147
Unnecessary translation. Letter to the editor 295
US bishops rebuke Creighton theologians. Allen, John L., Jr. 645
Vatican Bank transactions subject of Italian probe. Allen, John L., Jr. 585
Vatican II placed church in history, says author. Burke, Daniel Interview 475
Was JC PC? Sanchez, Patricia Datchuck 700
Where justice and peace, theology and worship kiss. Winright, Tobias Book review 787

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