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September 1996
Christian Century;9/11/96, Vol. 113 Issue 26, p846
Presents news developments concerning religion in the United States as of September 11, 1996. US District Judge Owen Panner's refusal to order the destruction of a jailhouse tape recording of a sacramental confession between a murder suspect and a priest; Former Episcopal Church national treasurer Ellen F. Cooke's imprisonment for embezzlement; Greater amount spent by Americans on lotteries than they gave to their churches in 1994.


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