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Summer 2002, Vol. 5, No. 2

Church State Entanglement
by Mark Silk

The Catholic Crisis:

Bishops Up Against the Wall
The Catholic bishops struggle to find the key to recovery.
by Andrew Walsh

Treading Carefully
The gay media find many dangers associated with the Catholic scandal.
by Christine McCarthy McMorris

Cutting the Church Less Slack
Religious groups are losing the legal deference they once received.
by Dennis R. Hoover

Is There a Moral Theologian in the House?
Itís time to look at the churchís theology of sexual ethics.
by Donna McKenzie

Vouching Towards Bethlehem
Supporters of education vouchers win a big Supreme Court victory, but the war is hardly over.
by Douglas Laycock

The Real Man Without a Country
The strange career of John Walker Lindh.
by Alexander Gordon

On the Beat: A Canterbury Tale
The British press revels in a moment when religion is politics.
by Michael McGough

Kashmiri Muslims Caught in the Middle
The quandary of Kashmirís secular freedom fighters in an age of holy wars.
by Dipankar Gupta


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