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Fall 2002, Vol. 5, No. 3

Our Muslim Neighbors
By Mark Silk

9/11 On Our Mind
The victims of 9/11 take their place in America's cult of the dead.
By Gary Laderman

Scandal Without End
Catholic bishops are squeezed between the Vatican and an aroused laity.
By Andrew Walsh

After the Globe
Boston's other papers rise to the occasion.
By Andrew Walsh

Choosing Up Sides in the Middle East
Civilizations are clashing, and on the home front religions are too.
By Dennis R. Hoover

Reading the Koran in Chapel Hill
A college reading assignment becomes a hot potato.
By Andrew Chase Baker

Faith Based Administration
New 'faith-based' legislation foundered in 2002, but older laws and new regulations began to take hold.
By Dennis R. Hoover

Amazing Graceland
Journalists snicker at the Cult of Elvis, but the religion is for real.
By Christine McCarthy McMorris

Sex in the (Catholic) City
Shock radio discovers that getting it on in St. Patrick's is beyond the pale.
By Anthony B. Smith


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