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American Catholics and Vietnam
(1969) by Thomas E. Quigley
Cold Blood in Brazil
by Thomas E. Quigley, p. 452
July 25, 1969
The Students Who Came to Dinner
by Thomas E. Quigley, pp. 470-471
January 30, 1970
Dom Helder Camara: For Whom the Nobel Tolls
by Tom Quigley, pp. 228-232
Dom Helder Camara, by Jose de Broucker, Herma Briffault
Dom Helder Camara
by Jose de Broucker and Herma Briffault
November 27, 1970
Repression in Brazil
by Thomas Quigley, p. 366
Protest vs. Protocol
January 15, 1971
Age: 'Venerable'; Future 'Uncertain'
by Thomas E. Quigley, pp. 493-494
March 2, 1973
The Cardinal and the Junta
by Thomas Quigley, p. 278
May 24, 1974
by Thomas E. Quigley, p. 764
A Book of Parables, by Daniel Berrigan
A Book of Parables
by Daniel Berrigan
November 25, 1977
by Thomas E. Quigley, p. 606
Theology in a New Key, by Robert McAfee Brown
Theology in a New Key
by Robert McAfee Brown
October 26, 1979
The bishop's tale
by Thomas E. Quigley, pp. 229-230
April 25, 1980
When research masquerates
by Thomas E. Quigley, pp. 208-211
April 5, 1985
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