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Articles from U.S. Catholic (July 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
A taste of service. Pane, Jessica Letter to the editor 154
A taxing problem: in a system that increasingly favors the wealthy, Catholic teaching calls upon the government to step in and level the playing field. Alessi, Scott Interview 3618
Can you hear me now? Nelson, Mary E. Letter to the editor 146
Choose your own adventure. Brief article 174
Clothes don't make the mass: the fashion police should check their badges at the church door. Rose, Molly Jo 3102
CSI: Jerusalem: why does the City of David get blamed for killing God's prophetic messengers? Camille, Alice 1217
Ear to the ground. Norris, David J. Letter to the editor 155
Fair and balanced? Schaeffer-Duffy, Scott Letter to the editor 410
Girls fight back. Russo, Robert P. Letter to the editor 255
Headed home: after life on the street, there's nothing like sitting down again at your own kitchen table. Lefebvre, Elizabeth 1485
Holy Cards. Bleem, Jerry Book review 283
Marley: The Original Soundtrack. Collum, Danny Duncan Sound recording review 323
Mixed on the mandate. Denny, Deacon; Thornton, James; Berkes, Unni Elizabeth Letter to the editor 136
My friend the abuser. Cones, Bryan Column 711
My prison education: even when bodies are locked up behind bars, minds can still breathe free. Dolan, Sarah 1889
Nobody's home. Alessi, Scott Column 455
Not over yet. Kelso, Craig Letter to the editor 158
One on one. O'Connell-Cahill, Catherine Essay 572
Poor spending choices. Clarke, Kevin 676
Seaworthy. Bleem, Jerry Brief article 215
Social justice: why are some faithful tarnishing the good name of this essential Catholic value? Hannum, Kristen 3108
Solitaire. Joseph, M. Annette Poem 206
The Case of Galileo: A Closed Question? Manning, Kathleen Book review 300
The old coach. Drendel, Augie Short story 901
The way to go. Stagnaro, Angelo Essay 885
Verbatim. Brief article 165
Washington -- The U.S. Catholic bishops joined in support of a petition calling for the White House to update its nuclear war strategy and dramatically reduce the United States' supply of nuclear weapons. 102
Washington-- A new national registry of persons exonerated after being wrongfully convicted shows that since 1989 innocent people have spent a combined total of more than 10,000 years in prison, with an average time behind bars of 11 years per person. Brief article 124
What is the Liturgy of the Hours? Schorn, Joel 523
When We Were The Kennedys. O'Connell-Cahill, Catherine Book review 322
Who's pulling the strings? Gauthier, Kelly Letter to the editor 196
With the power of thine iPhone ... 167
Zombie economics: the harrowing and hungry living dead serve as stand-ins for the unspoken fears of an uncertain generation. McCormick, Patrick 922

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