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Articles from U.S. Catholic (November 1, 2005)

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After the flood: in the aftermath of Katrina, can we finally begin the era of communal responsibility? Clarke, Kevin 693
Battle over St. Brigid's. Brief Article 134
Blessing. Schlumpf, Heidi Brief Article 256
City of New Orleans. Gilmour, Peter 529
Confession: a shadow of its former self? LaReau, Renee M. Cover Story 4136
Creative intimacy. Hanafee, Michelle Burke Letter to the Editor 142
Debt be not proud! Noel, Shirley Letter to the Editor 112
Dioceses face court defeats. 271
Don't trash our past. Interview 2663
End time. Bence, Evelyn Brief Article 128
Failing grades. McIntosh, Bill Letter to the Editor 521
Faith. Schlumpf, Heidi Brief Article 208
Feedback. 1225
Fight breaks out over Late Nite Catechism. Dix, Tara Brief Article 193
Goats aren't all baaad; nothing in the Bible is black and white, least of all the recipe for salvation. Camille, Alice 1506
Gratitude. Schlumpf, Heidi Brief Article 107
Hooray for Bollywood! Dix, Tara Brief Article 146
I bless dead people: despite our desire to keep death at a distance, Catholic tradition encourages us to honor the bodies of the faithful departed with a holy touch. Cones, Bryan 755
I'm too sexy for religion class. Dix, Tara Brief Article 115
In practice. Schlumpf, Heidi Brief Article 109
Inculturated Catholicism. Hoge, Larry Letter to the Editor 102
Is no news good news? Looking for the scoop on the Catholic Church? You may not find it in your diocesan newspaper. Too many photos of bishops and not enough analysis have weakened the Catholic press. But journalists could help restore credibility in the church--if given the chance. Schroth, Raymond A. 1330
Jesus Seminar founder dies. Brief Article 108
Las estrellas de oro. Funke, Teresa R. Short Story 1897
Let us pray. Abood, Maureen Editorial 485
Look what we've read lately: though our tastes run from inspirational to theological to downright political, U.S. Catholic editors are of one mind in wanting to help you bulk up your winter reading list. 2076
Never again! The pope's visit to the Cologne Synagogue was both a milestone and a missed opportunity. Scherer-Emunds, Meinrad 743
Portrait of the artist. Day, Jerome Joseph Biography 789
Seminary review. 133
The challenge. Arnold, Johann Christoph Brief Article 101
The U.S. Census Bureau reported a rise in the poverty rate for 2004, from 12.5 to 12.7 percent, 1.1 million more people, according to the social justice website Salt of the Earth. 105
Turkey has invited Pope Benedict XVI to visit in 2006, reports Brief Article 93
Turn the other page: a host of recent books tackles the topics of religious violence and nonviolence. What would Jesus do? These authors say he'd be creative, courageous, and compassionate. McCormick, Patrick 1801
Verbatim. 191
Walk this way: meet three modern women who teach us how to take little steps on the road to holiness. Schorn, Joel 1480
We do liturgy well. Warden, Daniel L. Letter to the Editor 174
Who are the Church Fathers? Cameron, Michael 480

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