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Maurice Timothy ReidyOctober 07, 2012

In advance of the bishops' Synod on the Middle East, the October 11 issue of America features three articles examining the intricacies of the pursuit of peace in the Middle East. Here we offer a sampling of our coverage of the Holy Land over the years:

"Hidden Prayer in Yemin," by David Pinault, December 7, 2009

"Christians in Flight,"  by The Editors, March 24, 2008

"Preparing for Dialogue in the Holy Land," by Daniel Rossing, September 13, 2004

"Shrouded in Mystery" by Drew Christiansen, S.J., July 5, 2004

An Interview with David-Maria Jaeger, O.F.M., February 16, 2004

"Fellowship in Faith: Jewish, Christian and Muslim," by Patrick J. Ryan, S.J., April 21, 2003

"Elusive Peace," by Drew Christiansen, S.J., December 8, 2003

"Living Stones of the Holy Land," by Drew Christiansen, S.J., December 23, 2002

"The Peace of Jerusalem," by Anthony Egan, March 19, 2001

"For the City, Peace," by The Editors, September 30, 2000

"Nazareth Journal," by Drew Christiansen, S.J., February 12, 2000

"Seeking Peace in the Holy Land" by The Editors, February 12, 2000

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