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Articles from U.S. Catholic (November 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
A road map to peace. Maloof, David T.; Alflen, Joan Letter to the editor 216
All roads lead to Wichita. Weber, Chuck; Cronin, Patrick Letter to the editor 205
Bad news. Scherer-Emunds, Meinrad Brief article 105
Bars: just because you're old and feeble doesn't mean you can't outwit your children. Sauro, Joan 438
Be here now: there's no time like the present for living in God's presence. Daley, Kathy 1000
Biblical Literacy: Essential Bible Stories Everyone Needs to Know. Camille, Alice Book review 340
Briefly noted. McCormick, Patrick Brief article 151
Cup o' kindness. Sweas, Megan Brief article 89
Death of a Novelist. Doyle, Brian Poem 413
Deathbed confusion: when it comes to caring for the terminally ill, Catholics sometimes struggle to decide when enough is enough. Gary, Heather Grennan Cover story 3918
Divine comedian: actress Siobhan Fallon Hogan is serious about faith and family, but that hasn't stopped her from being funny, too. Carlton, Diane Interview 1022
Good news. Scherer-Emunds, Meinrad Brief article 92
In the service: the U.S. armed forces are looking for a few good men--priests--to serve Catholics in uniform. But some question whether Father should rank among military officers. Lasker, John 2776
Inalienable rights: aren't all creatures--extra-terrestrials included--created equal? McCormick, Patrick 980
It takes a parish: the key to a thriving parish is not so much what goes on inside, says this longtime pastor, but what its members are doing beyond its walls. Interview 3337
Julie & Julia. McCormick, Patrick Movie review 315
Jumping off the pedestal. Atkinson, John Letter to the editor 145
Life support: the pro-life movement is hardly monolithic, those responding to U.S. Catholic's Reader Survey reveal, and that's a good thing. Activists, nurses, priests, and parents are all needed to create a culture of life. Hendrickson, Mary Lynn 2647
Life theater. Sweas, Megan Brief article 135
Missal defense. Kilbourne-Glynn, Colleen Letter to the editor 96
One like us. Bleem, Jerry Brief article 240
Plain and simple. Brief article 86
Please, sir, I want some more: the nation's most vulnerable children are getting the short end of the spending stick. Clarke, Kevin 697
Poor examples: regardless of their privileged upbringing, these saints show us that less is truly more. Camille, Alice 1395
Popular Songs. Collum, Danny Duncan Brief article 310
Privileged service. Ward, Veronica; Perego, Martha Letter to the editor 167
Quotable. Cooper, Noel Quotation 84
Sin by city. Sweas, Megan Brief article 192
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child: absence makes the heart yearn for a father's ear and a mother's lap. McCullough, Maryann 999
Spiritual bouquet. Daddona, Nicholas A. Letter to the editor 147
Stopping for death. O'Connell-Cahill, Catherine 482
Survivor's guilt: praying for our faithful departed on All Souls Day lets us rest in peace, too. Maafe, Ken 686
Takin' it to the streets, on both sides now. Scherer-Emunds, Meinrad Brief article 80
United we stand. Scherer-Emunds, Meinrad Brief article 88
Use your inside voice: the high pitch of pro-life advocacy could heed some old-fashioned parental guidance. Cones, Bryan 723
Verbatim. Scherer-Emunds, Meinrad Brief article 129
Who were the prophets? Schorn, Joel 444
You are what you eat: the Eucharist is the ultimate power food. Scobey, Annemarie 749

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