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April 7, 2000 Issue


 • Bay Settlement Sisters urging debt relief
 • Bishop's Appeal tops 75% of target
 • Appleton parish welcomes pilgrims
 • New president sets three goals
 • Bishop Wycislo's longtime housekeepers return to Milwaukee motherhouse
 • Event brings generations closer together
 • Embracing simpler life helps world's poor


 • Bishop Banks --
    Holy Week liturgies unite us to Lord

 • Auxiliary Bishop Morneau --
    Don't forget what Jesus did for us

 • Fr. Richard Ver Bust --
    To the very end, Jesus helped the needy

 • Compass Editorial -- God's role


 • Foundations of Faith --
    The King mounts His glorious throne -- a cross

 • Saint of the Day --
    Beliefs in the Son turned a sixth century father against his own son

 • Tom Rinkoski --
    Well trained tongue twister turns tricks

 • Counselor's Corner --
    Healthy marriage requires equality, not a submissive wife

 • Calendar of Events

Renew 2000

 • Bishop Banks' Renew 2000 Column --
    Holy Week liturgies unite us to Lord

 • Ecumenism flowers in Manitowoc Renew

 • Forgive, but not too soon

 • Well trained tongue twister turns tricks

 • Getting ready --
    May sessions for coordinators, liturgists

Additional Renew 2000 information:
 • What is Renew 2000?
 • What does Renew 2000 mean to you?

Rural Life

 • The time has come to listen, really listen

 • Rural Life Days schedule

 • Reflections on the Rally for Rural America

 • Rural America sends a message to Congress

 • Families still embrace farming lifestyle

 • Producing more without chemicals


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