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Remembering Chaplain O'Connor
As a military chaplain, Cardinal O'Connor learned to minister to all God's children, regardless of their faith or lifestyle
by Arthur Hertzberg
05/29/2000

A Change for the Better
Fewer people are speaking against homosexuality, not because of fear, but because of a genuine change in attitude
by Rabbi Jane Rachel Litman
05/25/2000

The Love That Dares Not Be Criticized
Militant gays are trying to silence those who believe homosexual acts are sinful
by Tom Bethell
05/25/2000

The Micro-War on Poverty
A little can mean a lot to the poor
by Jim Naughton
05/18/2000

Root of All Evil No More
Nowadays, 'wealth' means job-creating investments, not hoarded bags of gold. So why do we still condemn the rich?
by Michael Novak
05/17/2000

Did Catholic Conservatives Plot to Kill the Pope?
by Andrew Greeley
Papal biographer Tad Szulc suggests that French rightists masterminded the 1981 assassination attempt
05/16/2000

A Mother's Witness
After my daughter's accident, my greatest fear was not that she would die, but that in our need we would be abandoned
by Marilyn Martone
05/11/2000

Annulment--The Catholic Name for Divorce?
How the Catholic Church deals with some failed marriages
05/11/2000

Bridgeport's Egan Named Cardinal O'Connor's Successor
The new archbishop of New York holds conservative views similar to those of his predecessor and is a Vatican insider
05/11/2000

Egan's Got the Word: He's Next Archbishop
The pope is not expected to release official word on a replacement for the late Cardinal O'Connor for a couple of weeks
by Cathy Burke and Angela Mosconi
05/09/2000

How to Make Your Own Mary Garden
It can be as big as a city block or as small as a fishbowl
by Vincenzina Krymow
05/04/2000

Annie's First Communion
A 'fallen away' Catholic finds that her daughter's rite of passage rekindles her own faith
by Joan Leonard
05/03/2000

Four Ways to Help Prepare Your Child for First Communion
Talk to them about the Eucharist in ways that relate to their own lives
by Bert Ghezzi
05/03/2000

New York's Cardinal O'Connor Dies
The outspoken Catholic archbishop had been ailing since brain surgery last summer. He was 80
Beliefnet News Services
05/02/2000

A Real Compassionate Conservative
John Cardinal O'Connor: His Softer Side
by Mario Cuomo
05/02/2000

Principalities and Powers
The fictional priests of J.F. Powers play golf and rectory politics in a most worldly fashion
by Ralph McInerny
05/01/2000

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