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Articles from Sojourners (June 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
'Yearning to be free'. Brief article 231
A life of enduring impact. Collum, Danny Duncan Obituary 712
A thorn in both their sides: if the church causes discomfort only to one political party when both are in need of repentance, it is not being the church. Dionne, E.J., Jr. 2511
Accepting incivility. Melendez, Michael Letter to the editor 206
Can buy me love? Why the private choice of adoption has international consequences. George, Ivy 713
Fashion with a passion. Kennel-Shank, Celeste Brief article 132
Happy 100th to the Holy Rollers! Berger, Rose Marie 729
Inside man: a Japanese-American internment camp survivor reflects on Guantanamo and the state of the U.S. Constitution. Berger, Rose Marie Interview 1615
Inside story. Editorial 276
Katja's story. Batstone, David Short story 759
Milk, with a twist. Thorngate, Steve Brief article 170
No middle ground. Johnson, Don Letter to the editor 145
No secrets. Forest, Jim Letter to the editor 232
Not drunk, just not sober. Roth, Robert 1653
On a wing and a prayer: is your church ready for the avian flu? Sine, Tom 645
Places of belonging. Brief article 87
Running on empty: one man's personal quagmire, and it has nothing to do with Iraq. Spivey, Ed, Jr. 787
Seeing the holy: author Marilynne Robinson explores the sacredness of the everyday world. Montgomery-Fate, Tom Interview 1732
Simvangelism. Brief article 172
Something has gone terribly wrong. Wallis, Jim 1081
Taking a ride in the poverty simulator. Kennel-Shank, Celeste Brief article 165
The blood of the martyrs: Tom Fox's nonviolent witness. Myers, Ched 702
The Chosen. Miner, Newton Poem 82
The faces of Islam. Strikwerda, Laurna Book review 799
The stumbling block of healing: we pray for God's miraculous intervention. So why are we surprised when it comes? Risher, Dee Dee 2246
Who is the enemy? Malkin, John Book review 644
Who owns the 'Catholic vote'? Roughly 40 percent of Catholics are reliable Republicans, and 40 percent are reliable Democrats. The rest could go either way. That makes Catholics the ultimate swing voters. Reidy, Maurice Timothy 2062

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