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Articles from U.S. Catholic (June 1, 2007)

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A betrothal proposal: are cohabiting Catholics always "living in sin"? Two respected family ministry researchers argue "no" and suggest the recovery of an ancient ritual for those moving toward marriage. Risch, Gail S. 2284
A Vietnamese priest has been sentenced to eight years in jail and five years of house arrest for distributing anti-government propaganda. Cones, Bryan 98
Boys and Girls in America. Collum, Danny Duncan 312
Briefly noted. 151
Chicago's Catholic Theological Union, the largest Catholic graduate school of ministry in the United States, will begin a master's program in interreligious dialogue next fall. Cones, Bryan 89
Civil writer. Grigsby, Daryl 909
Feedback. 1396
Food for thought. Schlumpf, Heidi 93
Football fever. Sweas, Megan 189
God of beauty. Schlumpf, Heidi 144
Grounded decision-making. Schlumpf, Heidi 164
Helping thy neighbor. Cones, Bryan 114
How to feed your family. O'Connell-Cahill, Catherine 441
I brake for family: if you feel like you're living a "Martha" life, take a hint from Mary and sit down and listen to Jesus, Your kids will thank you. Kiely, Mary Cleary 1755
I think we're alone now; how to keep your marriage nest feathered when your children have finally flown the coop. Hoffman, Virginia Curran 2519
Iran spam: a shockingly awful public relations campaign is underway for yet another war. Clarke, Kevin 690
Just the facts. Cahill, Bill Letter to the editor 254
Knock out intolerance. Ward, Justin Letter to the editor 279
Kosher conversations: interreligious friendship can do much to bridge the divide between faiths. Leonard, Maria 729
L.A. cardinal raps politician. Cones, Bryan 125
Labor for love. Bleem, Jerry 207
Open mouth, insert crosier. Cones, Bryan 103
Our brothers' keepers: Hollywood has dozens of examples of soldiers who would die for their buddies. But in real life, we should be keeping them out of harm's way in the first place. McCormick, Patrick 1015
Pass the faith, please: a diet high in faith is good for the souls of both children and parents, finds a special online survey of readers of U.S. Catholic and our family newsletter, At Home with Our Faith. O'Connell-Cahill, Catherine Cover story 1650
Quotable. Day, Dorothy 98
Real church. Sweas, Megan 99
Sacramental decline. Kreps, Sandy Letter to the editor 383
Scary campfire stories. Gilmour, Peter 499
Sex abuse audit released. Cones, Bryan 185
Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh: sometimes it takes silence to hear God's voice loud and clear. Doyle, Brian 1060
Show of faith. Sweas, Megan 85
Shut Up and Sing. McCormick, Patrick 348
Soul food. Sweas, Megan 111
Sweet Jesus! A chocolate sculpture of the crucified Christ can give us the chance to learn the difference between a mere aesthetically upset stomach and real moral indigestion. Cones, Bryan 727
The Twelve Unbreakable Principles of Parenting. Tuohy, Patrice J. 316
Three cheers for the Trinity! The theological arithmetic of 3=1 lies at the heart of what it means to be Christian. Camille, Alice 1277
Through the eyes of a child: ten reasons why the little one squirming in the pew in front of you is a gift from God. Reardon, Patrick T. 1153
Verbatim. Cones, Bryan 204
Virtual church. Sweas, Megan 113
Who owns my parish? Lysik, David 563

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