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  • Jan 10-16, 2013
  • Vol. 29, No. 35

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  • Not Going for Sainthood

    Teachers are underpaid and underappreciated—saints, miracle workers. Most suppliers of educational materials begin the letter they send to schools ...
  • Popples People

    The article, “No Movie, Please” [Dec. 20, City Weekly] brought back a fun memory. It involves one of the ’80s properties Bryan Young mentioned but stems from said property’s revival in the past decade.
  • Hail Mary & Mohammad
  • Hail Mary & Mohammad

    Muslim enrollment is increasing at U.S. Catholic colleges and universities, according to both students and administrators, who indicate the Muslim population has doubled over the past decade,

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