The National Catholic Review

March 11, 2002

Vol. 186 No. 8Whole No. 4561


Refugees on Hold

A sharp cutoff in refugee admissions represents one of the lesser noted repercussions of September’s terrorist attacksa repercussion with dangerous ramifications for the more than 20,000 refugees who had already been approved for entry into the United States before the attacks.

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Daniel J. Harrington
The Oxford Bible Commentary

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The Word
The Gift of Life at Death's Door
John R. Donahue
Of Cobwebs and Kin
Valerie Schultz
Of Many Things
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George M. Anderson
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