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Articles from U.S. Catholic (May 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
6 ways to be a conscientious Catholic consumer: Tom Beaudoin looks at our "branded" economy and says it's time to integrate who we are with what we buy. Beaudoin, Tom 1855
A real prolife politician. Grennan Gary, Heather Brief Article 144
A tale of two cities: the Acts of the Apostles and the Book of Revelation offer two distinct visions of the City of God. Where do you want to live? Camille, Alice 1810
An unhealthy system. Savage, C. Michael Letter to the Editor 283
Bad news. Brief Article 95
By their fruits you shall know them: can Catholics make a difference for justice in the business world? O'Connor, Dennis Cover Story 4168
Chasing the butterfly. Beckett, Wendy Brief Article 201
Clergy sex abuse, the movie: coming soon to a small screen near you. Grennan Gary, Heather Brief Article 154
Dawn. Schlumpf, Heidi Brief Article 104
Don't blame NAFTA. Henry, R. Patrick., Jr. Letter to the Editor 189
Extend a hand. Caggiano, Frank Letter to the Editor 158
Feedback. Letter to the Editor 1628
Flowers of the fairest: she wasn't looking for a devotion to Mary, but the Blessed Mother found her anyway. Zaker, Christina 794
God hates shrimp. Brief Article 106
Good news. Brief Article 98
Groundhog Day. Movie Review 111
Has business been good? Interview 3063
In practice. Schlumpf, Heidi Brief Article 109
Irreligious left? Quindlen, Anna Brief Article 137
It's the shoes! O'Connell-Cahill, Catherine Editorial 481
Juvenile justice: how the youth correctional system hurts the very people it's supposed to help. Abood, Maureen 1182
Meet your local farmer. Arens, Curt Letter to the Editor 203
Miss Congeniality. Movie Review 97
Mother Mary comes to me. Schlumpf, Heidi Brief Article 157
My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Movie Review 92
My Fair Lady. Movie Review 118
New Catholic immigrants. Gilmour, Peter 528
No one but us. Schlumpf, Heidi Brief Article 137
Outsourcing around: a new round of job losses reaches white-collar workers. Could whiny columnists be next? Clarke, Kevin 689
Pardon my skepticism: in their rush to move on, the bishops seem to be counting on our short memories. Ferder, Fran 756
Pomp & remembrance: marathon graduation ceremonies give parents time for the flood of memories of the milestones and grace that paved the way. Coffey, Kathy 1175
Put laypeople in the pulpit! We all have different gifts--and some laypeople have the gift of preaching. Liturgist David Philippart argues that laypeople should be allowed to give the homily at Mass, as they did in the first centuries of Christianity. Philippart, David 1535
Repaint, for the kingdom of God is at hand: we're all in need of conversion, but the current crop of reality makeover shows misses the boat by focusing on the outside rather than the inside. McCormick, Patrick 1338
Righteous taxes? Grennan Gary, Heather Brief Article 185
She has a dream. Smietana, Bob 772
This survey strikes out. Chambers, Donald E. Letter to the Editor 113
Two thumbs up for Aramaic. Brief Article 214
Verbatim. 223
What do I tell people who ask if I've been saved? Dinn, Jim 447
Women theologians move up. Grennan Gary, Heather Brief Article 151
Would you die for your God/beliefs? Brief Article 94

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