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Press Freedom made a difference
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VOLUME 1 NOS. 1-48
January – December 2001
ISSUES

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1
LOST
HOT PURSUIT 2 Jan 31 – Feb 6
the chase for ERAP’s unexplained wealth
SEEKING THE SENATE 3 Feb 7 – 13
will they stand up for new politics?
THE BIG MESS 4 Feb 14 – 20
COMELEC raises against time
SHOWTIME 5 Feb 21 – 27
Media, Showbiz & Politics
KUH’S COUP: Inside spy territory 6 Feb 28 – Mar 6
JUDGMENT DAY 7 Mar 7 –13
Averting a political crisis
IN THE NAME OF THE FAMILY For Service 8 March 21
or for Self?
MAKATI’S BINAY 9 March 28
Can he explain his wealth?
JUETENG POWER 10 April 4
Gambling on Politics
WHO IS ROSEBUD? 11 April 11
The Thorn on Ping Lacson’s Side
AN END TO WAR? 12-13 April 18 – 25
Mahathir tells MILF: Talk Peace
JAILBOUND? 14 May 2
Noli De Castro: Out of the Idiot Box
Return Bout: Puno, Claudio & Soliman
CAN ERAP STRIKE BACK? 15 May 9
All About Plunder
SEVEN DAYS OF RAGE 16 May 9-15
Stroking Up a Class War
POWER OF THE BALLOTS 17 May 23
Armed Threats, Real or Imagined
18
LOST
THE TOP FIVE 19 June 6
Buying the Media to Win
POWER PLAY 20 June 13
How to be a House Speaker
THE NEW TERROR 21 June 20
A Practical Guide for Hostages
WOWING & WOOING THE POOR 22 June 27
GOING FOR THE KILL 23 July 4
The Army’s New Anti-Terror Force
HOSTAGE OF CRIME 24 July 11
Do You Feel Safe?
OTHER ERAP’S WOMEN 25 July 18
Exposing His Billions
VOLUME 1 NOS. 1-48
January – December 2001
ISSUES

LISTEN TO YOUTHSPEAK 26 July 25


JOYCE JIMENEZ TO POLITICIANS: 27 August 1
We’re Watching You
GLORIA’S WEAK LINK 28 August 8
Will he cause the President’s downfall?
TELECOMS 29 August 15
High Stakes, Steep Fall
UNCOVERING LACSON’S WEALTH 30 August 22
The Inside Story
MAB ABOUT THE PARTY LIST 31 August 29
UNDER FIRE 32 September 5
Victor Corpus changes the face of military
intelligence
URBAN MADNESS 33 September 12
No Hope for the Metropolis?
OUR POLITICS, OURSELVES 34 September 19
It’s Real-Life Entertainment?
RP IN GLOBAL TERROR NETWORK 35 September 26
Faceless Enemy
DANGEROUS SKIES 36 October 3
How Prepared Are We?
BACKLASH 37 October 10
Extremists make Islam look violent. It remains a
gentle faith in Southeast Asia but confronts new
challenges
REMEMBER HIM? 38 October 17
Erap & his tough prosecutors
A LONG WAR 39 October 24
What’s Next?
THE TROUBLE WITH THE SENATE 40 October 31
TRUTHS, LIES & SCAMS 41 November 7
IMPEACHING THE OMBUDSMAN 42 November 14
THE NOISY FRINGE 43 November 21
Or What YOU, PCA & COPA Have In Common
REP. OSCAR MORENO 44 November 28
A LONELY FIGHT VS THE OMBUDSMAN
Will He Get Support From the House?
NANI PEREZ 45 December 5
PLAYING POLITICS WITH JUSTICE
MURDER MYSTERY 46 December 12
And a Bungled Probe
LOOKING UP TO AMERICA 47 December 19
CHRISTMAS WITHOUT POLITICS 48 December 26

VOLUME 2 NOS. 1-29


January – December 2002
ISSUES

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PROSPECTS 2002 1 January 2
PINOY SOLDIERS 2 January 23
Scandal in East Timor
THE COUP FRENZY 3 January 30
THE NEXT WAR 4 February 6
The Yankees are Back
AMERICA’S AGENDA 5 February 13
Mindanao Is the Backdoor to Southeast Asia
BIG BOSSES OF BALIKATAN 6 February 20
JOSE ISIDRO CAMACHO 7 February 27
ARE HIS TROUBLES OVER?
GHOSTS OF BALELENG 8 March 4
Lacson’s fate is now up to the Supreme Court
9
LOST
EX-DISSIDENTS 10 April 1
Ramon Isberto & Rigoberto Tiglao
IN GOD’S NAME 11 April 15
Brother Eli Soriano’s Word War with the Iglesia
Ni Cristo
INSIDE THE MILF 12 April 29
SINGLE MOMS 13 May 13
Discrimination in the Workplace
TOXIC DRUGS 14 May 27
Why We Can’t Get Rid of Them
WHIZ KIDS 15 June 10
Bright Spots in Education
UNMASKING BERT GONZALES 16 June 24
Presidential Adviser for Special Concerns
RESCUE 17 July 8
The Inside Story Behind ‘Operation Daybreak’
MONIQUE WILSON: 18 July 22
Advocate of Gay Power
TIME TO PARTY? SPECIAL EDITION August-December
Business is waiting. Our economy is growing.
But uncertainty persists.
COMING TO TERMS WITH AMERICA 19 August 5
THE PRESIDENT & HER MEN 20 August 19
Defining National Security
DEATH ROW 21 September 2
Inside the Lethal Injection Chamber
REFORMERS RENE BANEZ & RAUL ROCO 22 September 16
OUT OF GRACE
GLORIA TAN CLIMACO 23 September 30
PIATCO’S HEADACHE
THE CHALLENGER 24 October 14
GMA 7 catches up with ABS-CBN
MARKED MAN 25 October 28
UNMASKING MARK JIMENEZ
LEAP OF FAITH 26 November 11
THE LAST COMMUNIST 27 November 25
Where Will Jose Maria Sison Go?
THE A TEAM 28 December 9
JOSE ISIDRO CAMACHO & RAFAEL
BUENAVENTURA
SINGLES IN THE CITY 29 December 23

VOLUME 3 NOS. 1-25


January – December 2003
ISSUES

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EAGER BEAVERS 1 January 6-20
They’re No Pushovers
KORINA SANCHEZ 2 February 3
MEDIA’S BAD GIRL?
SINS OF THE FATHER 3 February 17
Bishop Yalung forced to quit over sex scandal
4
LOST
THE PHILIPPINES IN 2023 5 March 17
NEXT STOP: SULU 6 March 31
High Risk for U.S. Troops
POWER COUPLE 7 April 14
Loren’s Ambition
Tony’s Fortune
STANDING BY GEORGE 8 April 28
GMA Goes Out on a Limb
9 May 12
PACK UP & GO!
The Philippines Beckons
ZAPPED BY SARS 10 May 26
SQUATTERS? 11 June 9
Generals live here. But the BCDA wants them
out.
12
LOST
WHEN DARKNESS FALLS 13 July 7
Blackouts in 2005
80 MILLION & GROWING 14 July 21
The Population Problem is Swept Under the Rug
GETTING A FIX 15 August 4
No Easy Way Out of the Drug Menace
MIKEY, THE ANOINTED 16 August 18
Controversies Hound the First Sun
17
LOST
18
LOST
INSIDE THE ACADEMY 19 September 29
Behind the Walls of the PMA
BARBERS’ CUT 20 October 13
The Senator’s Unexplained Wealth
THE GOOD MAYOR 21 October 27
How Vilma Santos Put Lipa on the Map
MIKE’S SECRET 22 November 10
Undeclared Properties in San Francisco
IMPEACHED 23 November 24
“Vested interests want me out. They cannot twist
my arm.”—Chief Justice Hilario Davide Jr.
NOLI DE CASTRO 24 December 8
The Undecided
THE MAN & THE MYTH 25 December 22
VOLUME 4
JANUARY – DECEMBER 2004
ISSUES

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HOT SEAT 1 January 5-19


A Tough Campaign Awaits Declared
Presidential Bets

SHOWDOWN 2 February 2

THE CAMPAIGN GENERALS 3 February 16


Who’s who and what’s what in the two major
campaigns

STARSTRUCK 4 March 1
Our Politics Goes Loco!

IS PAGCOR CAMPAIGNING FOR 5 March 15


THE PRESIDENT?

LEGAL VICTORY FOR POE 6 March 29


The Inside Story of the Supreme Court’s
Decision

BATTLE OF THE SURVEYS 7 April 12


How Reliable Are They?

THE INCUMBENT’S EDGE 8 April 26


The President Gives Away Jobs, Health Care &
More

THE HOMESTRETCH 9 May 10


What Can Happen?

FACE OFF 10 May 24


Whoever wins, elections must be credible
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INDUSTRY: More Bitter
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Agreement: WHAT SPECIAL
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ASIA FOCUS IN VIETNAM: Vol. 15, No. 16 April 30 1999
A WEEKLY FROM THE New decree aims to ensure
UNION OF CATHOLIC religious freedom in Vietnam
ASIAN NEWS (UCAN),
HONG KONG
FROM THAILAND: Vol. 15, No. 17 May 7 1999
Church in Asia called to
research religion &
communications
IN VIETNAM: Vol. 15, No. 20 May 28 1999
Government meeting
discusses new decree on
religious activities
IN THE PHILIPPINES: Vol. 15, No. 21 June 4 1999
Bishops, other Church
leaders seek cancellation of
foreign debt
FROM JAPAN: Vol. 15, No. 24 June 25 1999
Bishops write to U.N. head
urging intervention over East
Timor
RELATED TO G-8 Vol. 15, No. 25 July 2 1999
SUMMIT:
Cardinals, Jesuits call for
remission of 3rd World debt
FROM THE PHILIPPINES: Vol. 15, No. 28 July 23 1999
Bishops tackle death penalty,
pornography, Filipino
spirituality
IN JAPAN: Vol. 15, No. 29 July 30 1999
Christians, Buddhists oppose
legalization of ‘militarist’
flag
IN HONG KONG: Vol. 15, No. 30 August 6 1999
Parishes required to form
social concern groups by
August 2000
FROM ASIAN YOUTH Vol. 15, No. 31 August 20 1999
DAY:
Asian youth pledge to
promote culture of life,
transform society
FROM INDIA: Vol. 15, No. 32 August 27 1999
Ecumenical theologians’
meet calls for new mission
model for Asia
FROM ROME: Vol. 15, No. 35 September 17 1999
Vatican supports
international peace force for
East Timor
IN JAPAN: Vol. 15, No. 39 October 22 1999
Bishops appeal for safety &
review after nuclear accident
IN INDIA: Vol. 15, No. 40 October 29 1999
Bishops’ conference head
rules out papal apology for
conversion
FROM INDIA: Vol. 15, No. 43 November 19 1999
Post-synod council for Asia
to assess impact of
exhortation
IN INDONESIA: Vol. 15, No. 44 November 26 1999
Bishops call on Catholics to
help build more humane
nation
FROM CHINA: Vol. 15, No. 45 December 3 1999
‘Communist document’ plans
to end ‘underground’ Church
FROM TAIWAN: Vol. 15, No. 46 December 10 1999
Vatican-run meet urges
Church to work for debt
reduction, migrants
TO MAINLAND Vol. 15, No. 47 December 17 1999
CATHOLICS:
Papal message for Jubilee
calls Catholics in China to
communion
POPE’S PEACE DAY Vol. 15, No. 48 December 24 1999
MESSAGE:
Peace possible in next
century but greater solidarity
needed
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VOLUME 16 NOS. 1-48
January-December 2000
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ASIA FOCUS JUBILEE YEAR: Vol. 16, No. 1 January 7 2000
A WEEKLY FROM THE INAUGURATED:
UNION OF CATHOLIC Pope opens Holy Door in rite
ASIAN NEWS (UCAN), with Asian touches
HONG KONG
IN THAILAND: Vol. 16, No. 2 January 14 2000
FABC plenary opens with
calls for explicit
proclamation of Jesus
IN THAILAND: Vol. 16, No. 3 January 21 2000
FABC reaffirms life witness,
‘Asianness’ as essential to
mission
IN INDONESIA: Vol. 16, No. 4 January 28 2000
Churches destroyed by
Muslim mob in a central
Indonesia island
FROM INDIA: Vol. 16, No. 5 February 4 2000
Bishops asked to save Indian
Church from theological
confusion
FROM VATICAN CITY: Vol. 16, No. 7 February 18 2000
Pope reaffirms Christ’s
salvific uniqueness &
universality
FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 16, No. 11 March 17 2000
Pope asks pardon for Church
members’ sins, forgives
others
ON THE CHURCH IN Vol. 16, No. 16 April 28 2000
CHINA:
Kung letter to Vatican seen
variously as biased,
necessary
IN THE PHILIPPINES: Vol. 16, No. 17 May 5 2000
Bishop, committee firm on
rescue after priest’s appeal
for cease-fire
FROM VATICAN CITY: Vol. 16, No. 19 May 19 2000
Church in China lauded as
Vatican Radio marks Chinese
service
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 16, No. 20 May 26 2000
Ministry of the word is not
for conversion, Bible
workshop told
IN TAIWAN: Vol. 16, No. 21 June 2 2000
Church leaders welcome new
Taiwan president’s new plans
IN SOUTH KOREA: Vol. 16, No. 22 June 9 2000
Cardinal Kim follows
Confucian ritual to honor
Confucian scholar
AT CCA GENERAL Vol. 16, No. 23 June 16 2000
ASSEMBLY:
Wahid cites Vatican Council
II in call for interreligious
tolerance
FROM SOUTH KOREA: Vol. 16, No. 24 June 23 2000
North Korean leader invites
pope to visit communist
North
THE HOLY SEE & CHINA: Vol. 16, No. 25 June 30 2000
Unapproved Episcopal
ordination draws ‘severe’
Vatican sanctions
THE HOLY SEE & CHINA: Vol. 16, No. 28 July 21 2000
Vatican warning seen as sign
that diplomatic links still not
hear
FROM THE PHILIPPINES: Vol. 16, No. 30 August 4 2000
Bishops & Islamic leaders
tackle violence in Mindanao
FROM INDIA: Vol. 16, No. 31 August 11 2000
Theologians responding to
Hindu nationalism ask
Church to change
FROM AMOR XII Vol. 16, No. 32 August 25 2000
Religious congregations
asked to promote ‘spirituality
of sufficiency’
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 16, No. 33 September 1 2000
Pro-Jakarta militia ambushes
nuns leaving for East Timor
FROM THE PHILIPPINES: Vol. 16, No. 34 September 8 2000
Bishop reassigned after open
complaints by priests
FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 16, No. 35 September 15 2000
Document affirming Jesus’
role as Savior deals with
dialogue
FROM INDIA: Vol. 16, No. 36 September 22 2000
Some Church people say
Vatican document a setback
to dialogue
FROM BEIJING: Vol. 16, No. 37 September 29 2000
Cardinal returns to Vatican
with Beijing’s criticism of
canonization
FROM CHINA: Vol. 16, No. 38 October 6 2000
Catholics resent Church
bodies’ denunciation of Oct.
1 canonization
FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 16, No. 39 October 13 2000
Pope defends Dominus Iesus
after cardinals, Churches
express views
REACTION TO DOMINUS Vol. 16, No. 41 October 27 2000
IESUS:
Protect freedom of
theological research, Missio
institute says
FROM VIETNAM: Vol. 16, No. 43 November 10 2000
Communist Party chief lauds
Catholics’ contribution to
nation
FROM NEPAL: Vol. 16, No. 44 November 24 2000
Religions join
conservationists to protect the
environment
FROM INDIA: Vol. 16, No. 45 December 1 2000
Church spearheads coconut
farmers’ struggle for
livelihood
FROM THE PHILIPPINES: Vol. 16, No. 46 December 8 2000
Clergy challenge Estrada
spiritual adviser to tell
president to resign
FROM THE PHILIPPINES: Vol. 16, No. 47 December 15 2000
‘Do not fear,’ Cardinal Sin
tells Estrada in wake of
impeachment
FROM CHINA: Vol. 16, No. 48 December 22 2000
More than 400 religious
venues in Zhejiang closed,
demolished
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January-December 2001
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ASIA FOCUS FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 17, No. 1 January 5 2001
A WEEKLY FROM THE Cardinal urges Catholics to
UNION OF CATHOLIC promote peace after bomb
ASIAN NEWS (UCAN), blasts
HONG KONG
FROM SOUTH KOREA: Vol. 17, No. 2 January 12 2001
Bishops give government
1.2 million signatures
against abortion
FROM EAST TIMOR: Vol. 17, No. 3 January 19 2001
Timor Church leaders
issue communique on
reconciliation
FROM INDIA: Vol. 17, No. 5 February 2 2001
Church groups assist
survivors of killer
earthquake
AT CHRISTIAN UNITY Vol. 17, No. 6 February 9 2001
SEMINAR:
WCC delegate welcomes
new cardinal’s stand on
ecumenism
FROM HONG KONG: Vol. 17, No. 7 February 16 2001
Christians call for
tolerance of Falun Gong,
respect for freedom
FROM MALAYSIA: Vol. 17, No. 9 March 2 2001
Bishop Belo says East
Timorese must build their
own legal system
FROM VATICAN CITY: Vol. 17, No. 10 March 9 2001
Vatican criticizes
‘ambiguities’ but
‘recognizes efforts’of
Jesuit
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 17, No. 11 March 16 2001
Priest relieved of pastoral
duties while pursuing
political post
FROM INDIA: Vol. 17, No. 12 March 23 2001
Catholic journalist
receives death threats after
exposing corruption
FROM THE Vol. 17, No. 13 March 30 2001
PHILIPPINES:
Parish-based movement
gears up for May general
election
AT AN FABC MEETING: Vol. 17, No. 14 April 6 2001
Asian laity stress
formation to address
‘burning social issues’
FROM HONG KONG: Vol. 17, No. 15 April 20 2001
Church benefits little from
new intellectual property
law
FROM HONG KONG: Vol. 17, No. 16 April 27 2001
Needs in South Korea are
still compelling, Caritas
appeal says
FROM INDIA: Vol. 17, No. 17 May 4 2001
Government amends
charity trust laws despite
religious leaders’ appeal
FROM THE Vol. 17, No. 18 May 11 2001
PHILIPPINES:
Concern for peace pushed
cardinal to arrange
Arroyo-Estrada meeting
IN HONG KONG: Vol. 17, No. 19 May 18 2001
China’s president appeals
for business amid local
protests
IN NORTHEASTERN Vol. 17, No. 20 May 25 2001
INDIA:
Three slain Salesians
buried amid grief &
condemnation
FROM SOUTH KOREA: Vol. 17, No. 21 June 1 2001
Bishops send 2nd appeal to
U.S. bishops on military
agreement
FROM SOUTH KOREA: Vol. 17, No. 22 June 8 2001
Proposed law views
embryo as ‘potential
human being’
FROM THE Vol. 17, No. 23 June 15 2001
PHILIPPINES:
Vatican secretary affirms a
role of Philippine Church
in society
FROM SOUTH KOREA: Vol. 17, No. 29 July 27 2001
Church opposes move to
introduce ‘morning after’
pill
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 17, No. 30 August 3 2001
New president expected to
bring end to conflicts,
archbishop says
AT ASIAN Vol. 17, No. 33 August 31 2001
THEOLOGIANS
CONGRESS:
Asian theologians call for
new theology of religions
in the region
FROM THE Vol. 17, No. 34 September 7 2001
PHILIPPINES:
Irish missioner, a peace
advocate, shot dead in
Muslim region
FROM FABC OFFICE: Vol. 17, No. 35 September 14 2001
Bishops seek solidarity to
prevent interreligious
crises in Asia
FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 17, No. 38 October 5 2001
Pope opens synod, tells
bishops to stand with the
weak
FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 17, No. 39 October 12 2001
Bishops need ongoing
formation, serene way of
life & to be poor
FROM PAKISTAN: Vol. 17, No. 43 November 16 2001
Bishops call for extra
security during Church
services
FROM SOUTH KOREA: Vol. 17, No. 44 November 23 2001
Religious, civic groups
urge abolition of death
penalty in Asia
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 17, No. 45 November 30 2001
Bishops appeal as human
rights violations increase
in Papua
FROM CHRISTIAN Vol. 17, No. 47 December 14 2001
CONFERENCE OF
ASIA:
Forum seeks Indonesia
government action against
Islamic fighters
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 17, No. 48 December 21 2001
Christian politicians
describe Poso conflict as
‘cleansing’
UCAN CURRENTS UCAN REPORTING 1st Quarter, 2001
A QUARTERLY AWARDS
NEWSLETTER BY & FOR
THE UCA NEWS FAMILY
MAIN EDITORIAL Special Anniversary Issue,
OFFICE MARKS 10TH July 2001
YEAR
UCAN AWARDS, 3rd Quarter, 2001
JANUARY-JUNE 2001
MILESTONES OF 2001 4th Quarter, 2001
VOLUME 18 NOS. 1-48
January-December 2002
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ASIA FOCUS FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 18, No. 1 January 4 2002
A WEEKLY FROM THE Save the world’s children
UNION OF CATHOLIC from war & conflict, pope
ASIAN NEWS (UCAN), says
HONG KONG
FROM INDIA: Vol. 18, No. 2 January 11 2002
Church, religious leaders
urge talks to end India
Pakistan tension
FROM PAKISTAN: Vol. 18, No. 4 January 25 2002
Government restores joint
voting system for minority
communities
FROM SRI LANKA: Vol. 18, No. 10 March 8 2002
Bishops commend cease-
fire pact between
government & rebels
FROM INDIA: Vol. 18, No. 12 March 22 2002
Catholic bishops’ head
offers to mediate in Hindu-
Muslim dispute
FROM PAKISTAN: Vol. 18, No. 13 March 29 2002
Church attack is terrorist
message that ‘they are
alive’
FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 18, No. 14 April 5 2002
Pope calls for peace in
Holy Land, help for
suffering people
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 18, No. 15 April 12 2002
Four killed & 50 injured in
bomb blast in strife-torn
Ambon
FROM MALAYSIA: Vol. 18, No. 16 April 26 2002
Neocatechumenal way
supports evangelization
mission in Asia
FROM RUSSIA: Vol. 18, No. 17 May 3 2002
Bishops’ conference
alleges campaign against
Catholic Church
FROM HONG KONG: Vol. 18, No. 18 May 10 2002
Sex scandals involving
priests alarm Church &
society
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 18, No. 19 May 17 2002
Flores priests urge
government to serve
common people
FROM EAST TIMOR: Vol. 18, No. 20 May 24 2002
Catholic Church will
continue to be ‘moral
voice,’ Bishop Belo says
FROM EAST TIMOR: Vol. 18, No. 21 May 31 2002
New president supports
role of Church in nation
building
FROM SOUTH ASIA: Vol. 18, No. 22 June 7 2002
India, Pakistan bishops
call for dialogue to prevent
that
FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 18, No. 23 June 14 2002
Malaysian prime minister
foresees deeper ties with
Holy See
FROM THE WORLD Vol. 18, No. 24 June 21 2002
COUNCIL OF
RELIGIOUS LEADERS:
Religious & spiritual
leaders launch world
council for peace
FROM INDIA: Vol. 18, No. 25 June 28 2002
Church hails consensus on
candidate for presidency
FROM THE SEACPA Vol. 18, No. 26 July 5 2002
MEETING:
Church media workers
reflect on terrorism &
Catholic press
FROM THE ACRP Vol. 18, No. 27 July 12 2002
ASSEMBLY:
Catholic participants find
Asian conference on
religion useful
FROM THE Vol. 18, No. 28 July 19 2002
PHILIPPINES:
Bishops announce move to
deal with priests’ sexual
misconduct
FROM THE FEISA V Vol. 18, No. 29 July 26 2002
MEETING:
Church program
underscores need to listen
to migrants & refugees
WORLD YOUTH DAY Vol. 18, No. 30 August 2 2002
CELEBRATION:
Young people give pope a
hero’s welcome
FROM MALAYSIA: Vol. 18, No. 31 August 16 2002
Bishops express concern
over growing politicization
of Islam
ON BEIJING DIOCESE: Vol. 18, No. 32 August 23 2002
Official media expand
coverage, leaving China-
watchers wondering
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 18, No. 33 August 30 2002
Concerned Church helps
workers deported from
Malaysia
FROM THE Vol. 18, No. 34 September 6 2002
PHILIPPINES:
Foreign affairs chief says
calm diplomacy will solve
problems
FROM FABC-OE Vol. 18, No. 35 September 13 2002
SYMPOSIUM:
Virtue of forgiveness
highlighted to foster
evangelization in Asia
FORCED OUT OF Vol. 18, No. 36 September 20 2002
MALAYSIA:
Deportees get help from
Church in Indonesia &
Philippines
FROM NEPAL: Vol. 18, No. 37 September 27 2002
Maoist rebels attack
Catholic school, assault
Church people
FROM KARACHI: Vol. 18, No. 38 October 4 2002
Killings will not stop
Church from charity work,
archbishop says
FROM HONG KONG: Vol. 18, No. 39 October 11 2002
Vatican official offers
goodwill to China at
Cardinal Wu’s funeral
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 18, No. 40 October 18 2002
Bishops condemn
bombing in Bali as ‘crime
against humanity’
CHINA-CHURCH Vol. 18, No. 41 November 1 2002
RELATIONS:
Japanese cardinal goes to
China, 1st visit since
canonization row
FROM INDIA: Vol. 18, No. 42 November 8 2002
Supreme Court gives
religious minority schools
freedom to rule
FROM HONG KONG: Vol. 18, No. 43 November 15 2002
Catholics express concern
about proposed anti-
subversion law
FROM THE Vol. 18, No. 44 November 22 2002
PHILIPPINES:
Remaining Vietnamese pin
hopes for residency on
Congress
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 18, No. 45 November 29 2002
Religious leaders urge
government to act against
radical groups
FROM HONG KONG: Vol. 18, No. 46 December 6 2002
Bishop Zen, others warn
against proposed anti-
subversion law
CONFERENCE IN Vol. 18, No. 47 December 13 2002
BANGKOK:
Catholic women
theologians seek God
experience in Asian
realities
FROM INDIA: Vol. 18, No. 48 December 20 2002
Christians, Muslims fear
tough times as Hindu party
wins poll
UCAN CURRENTS REPORTING AWARDS 1st Quarter, 2002
A QUARTERLY JULY-DECEMBER 2001
NEWSLETTER BY & FOR
THE UCA NEWS FAMILY
VOLUME 19 NOS. 1-48
January-December 2003
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ASIA FOCUS FROM THE Vol. 19, No. 1 January 3 2003
A WEEKLY FROM THE PHILIPPINES:
UNION OF CATHOLIC Bishop explains Church
ASIAN NEWS (UCAN), position on population to
HONG KONG businessmen
FROM KOREA: Vol. 19, No. 2 January 10 2003
Religious leaders assail
cloning amid claims of
‘first human clone’
FROM VIETNAM: Vol. 19, No. 3 January 17 2003
Catholic congress
highlights Church works,
relations with state
FROM INDIA: Vol. 19, No. 5 January 31 2003
Latin-rite bishops defend
evangelization as a human
right
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 19, No. 6 February 7 2003
Five recognized religions
condemn attempts to
legalize abortion
FROM BANGKOK: Vol. 19, No. 7 February 14 2003
Young Caritas units need
funds, solidarity &
‘accompaniment’
FROM PHILIPPINES: Vol. 19, No. 8 February 21 2003
Priest appeals to military,
rebels to end fighting &
negotiate
FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 19, No. 9 February 28 2003
Indonesian religious
leaders meet pope over war
threat against Iraq
FROM JAPAN: Vol. 19, No. 10 March 7 2003
Catholic bishops, Caritas
opposes war on Iraq,
cautions government
FROM INDIA: Vol. 19, No. 11 March 14 2003
Church, others anxious
over court order to
excavate religious site
FROM HONG KONG: Vol. 19, No. 12 March 21 2003
‘Killer’ pneumonia strain
disrupts Church hospital
ministry
FROM PHILIPPINES: Vol. 19, No. 13 March 28 2003
Aquino, archbishop urge
due process for bombing
suspects
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 19, No. 14 April 4 2003
Catholics, Protestants
oppose controversial
education bill
FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 19, No. 15 April 11 2003
Pope commends
Indonesian Church for
fostering peace
FROM TAIWAN: Vol. 19, No. 16 April 25 2003
Religious leaders, others
oppose abortion for illegal
immigrants
FROM VIETNAM: Vol. 19, No. 17 May 2 2003
Northern Catholics observe
Holy Week for 1st time in
40 years
FROM CHINA: Vol. 19, No. 18 May 9 2003
Pilgrimages drop, churches
step up measures to
prevent SARS
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 19, No. 19 May 16 2003
Christians opposed to
education bill raise spectre
of separatism
FROM CHINA: Vol. 19, No. 20 May 23 2003
Hebei nuns volunteer to
serve SARS patients, sew
medical gowns
FROM THE VATICAN: Vol. 19, No. 21 May 30 2003
Pope voices concern about
legal hurdles to conversion
in India
FROM THE Vol. 19, No. 22 June 6 2003
PHILIPPINES:
Archbishop urges
perseverance amid signs of
peace talks resuming
FROM INDIA: Vol. 19, No. 23 June 13 2003
Hindu group criticizes
pope for remarks on
conversion laws
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 19. No. 25 June 27 2003
Warfare limits Church help
to displaced people in
Aceh
FROM PHILIPPINES: Vol. 19, No. 26 July 4 2003
New dioceses created in
Manila ahead of Cardinal
Sin’s retirement
FROM HONG KONG: Vol. 19, No. 28 July 18 2003
Catholics fast, pray, rally
for democracy despite
concessions
FROM THE Vol. 19, No. 30 August 1 2003
PHILIPPINES:
Nun wants rights abuse
victims to get forfeited
Marcos wealth
FROM INDIA: Vol. 19, No. 34 September 5 2003
Interreligious committees
credited for calm after
Mumbai bombings
FROM THE Vol. 19, No. 35 September 12 2003
PHILIPPINES:
Church leaders decry
political bickering, urge
various solutions
FROM THE Vol. 19, No. 36 September 19 2003
PHILIPPINES:
Cardinal’s resignation
accepted, new archbishop
of Manila named
IN NORTHWESTERN Vol. 19, No. 37 September 26 2003
CHINA:
Government restrictions
hamper Church
development in Xinjiang
FROM KOREA: Vol. 19, No. 38 October 3 2003
‘Only non-combat troops
for Iraq,’ religious leaders
tell president
FROM HO CHI MINH Vol. 19, No. 39 October 10 2003
CITY:
Vietnam government
welcomes announcement
of new cardinal
FROM VIETNAM: Vol. 19, No. 41 October 31 2003
Bishops urge Catholics to
proclaim the Good News in
their daily lives
FROM THE Vol. 19, No. 43 November 14 2003
PHILIPPINES:
Government, Church
leaders pray together for
national reconciliation
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 19, No. 44 November 21 2003
Bishops call for social
justice, participation in
2004 election
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 19, No. 45 November 28 2003
Flores bishop regrets mob
arson attacks, urges all to
obey the law
FROM PHILIPPINES: Vol. 19, No. 46 December 12 2003
Return of the death penalty
ruins prison Christmas,
dismays Church
FROM KOREA: Vol. 19, No. 47 December 19 2003
Korean government
apology over nuclear dump
gets cautious acceptance
FROM BANGKOK: Vol. 19, No. 48 December 26 2003
Christians, Muslims
together study techniques
to build peace
UCAN CURRENTS HARD YEAR PAST, 1st Quarter, 2003
A QUARTERLY BRIGHT YEAR AHEAD
NEWSLETTER BY & FOR
THE UCA NEWS FAMILY
HANDLING THE SARS 2nd Quarter, 2003
OUTBREAK
NAME OF NEWSLETTER BANNER NEWS VOLUME NO. / DATE
ISSUE NO.
ASIA FOCUS FROM INDIA: Vol. 20, No. 1 January 9 2004
A WEEKLY FROM THE Cardinal tells clergy:
UNION OF CATHOLIC respect people with
ASIAN NEWS (UCAN), AIDS in life & death
HONG KONG
FROM INDIA: Vol. 20, No. 2 January 16 2004
Pope allows Syro-
Malabar Church to elect
its own bishops in Kerala
FROM INDIA: Vol. 20, No. 3 January 23 2004
Bishops plan
communications
program for Indian
Church media
FROM THE Vol. 20, No. 4 January 30 2004
PHILIPPINES:
New CBCP president
clarifies role as head of
bishops’ conference
FROM MISAL 2004, Vol. 20, No. 5 February 6 2004
THAILAND:
Mission societies see
dialogue as the path for
mission today
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 20, No. 6 February 13 2004
Atambua bishop forbids
clerics, Religious from
legislative office
FROM TAIWAN: Vol. 20, No. 7 February 20 2004
Catholic leaders meet
president to discuss
missioners’ concerns
FROM INDIA: Vol. 20, No. 8 February 27 2004
Church welcomes court
support for tribal, but
caution also raised
FROM THE Vol. 20, No. 9 March 5 2004
PHILIPPINES:
Leaders want ‘people
power’ to move from
protests to service
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 20, No. 10 March 12 2004
National Catholic
women’s group allows
members to enter politics
FROM KOREA: Vol. 20, No. 11 March 19 2004
Church opposes
impeachment of
president as a
parliamentary ‘coup’
FROM CHINA: Vol. 20, No. 12 March 26 2004
‘Underground’ bishop
reportedly released after
Vatican statement
FROM KOREA: Vol. 20, No. 13 April 2 2004
Bishops stress active
participation in election
amid controversy
FROM INDIA: Vol. 20, No. 14 April 9 2004
Christian groups want
increased political
representation in
elections
FROM CHINA: Vol. 20, No. 15 April 23 2004
‘Open,’ ‘underground’
Catholics at same church
on Good Friday
FROM THE Vol. 20, No. 16 April 30 2004
PHILIPPINES:
Special assembly of
bishops on elections
evokes mixed reactions
FROM INDONESIA: Vol. 20, No. 17 May 7 2004
Ambon Church leaders
deny any linkage with
separatist movement
COMMUNICATIONS INFO
(FEDERATIONS OF ASIAN BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE-OFFICE OF SOCIAL
COMMUNICATION)

1992-1997 ISSUES

BANNER NEWS VOLUME NO. / ISSUE NO. DATE


PASTORAL PROGRAM MAKES Vol. 7, No. 5 1992
NEWS
ASIAN CONGRESS OF Vol. 7, No. 9 1992
EVANGELIZATION
MEDIA PLAN TO HELP Vol. 7, No. 10 1992
IMPLEMENT PCPII
THEME FOR ’93 SOCIAL Vol. 7, No. 11 1992
COMMUNICATIONS DAY: “Video
& Audio Cassettes in the Formation of
Culture & Conscience”
CHRISTMAS PEACE Vol. 7, No. 12 1992

CATHOLIC COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 8, No. 1 1993


MEET WITH BISHOPS IN 1993
“FULLNESS OF LIFE”—53 RADIO Vol. 8, No. 2 1993
PROGRAMS FOR RVA
27TH WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 8, No. 3 1993
DAY
27TH WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 8, Nos. 4-5 1993
DAY
RADIO VERITAS ASIA LISTENERS Vol. 8, No. 6 1993
INCREASE
PREACHERS BEWARE: Vol. 8, No. 7 1993
If you are a bore, you could be
committing a mortal sin!
MEDIA WORKSHOPS FOR Vol. 8, No. 8 1993
CHURCH LEADERS
RATINGS FOR VIDEO GAMES Vol. 8, No. 9 1993
REVOLUTION IN HUMAN Vol. 8, No. 10 & 11 1993
COMMUNICATIONS
THEME FOR 28TH WORLD Vol. 8, No. 12 1993
COMMUNICATIONS DAY
ANNOUNCED

28TH WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 9 Nos. 1 & 2 1994


DAY
COMMUNICATIONS IS A BRIDGE Vol. 9, No. 3 1994
BETWEEN SOUL & SOUL. AND
THE BRIDGE IS...“LOVE”
POPE JOHN PAUL II TO THE Vol. 9, No. 4 1994
MEMBERS OF THE PCSC
1994 IS RVA SILVER JUBILEE Vol. 9, No. 5 1994
YEAR.LONG LIVE RADIO
VERITAS ASIA!
PHILIPPINES: MEDIA-MEDIATED Vol. 9, No. 6 1994
TEENS REFUSE TO BE MEDIA-
EXPLOITED!
THE WHOLE WORLD IS Vol. 9, No. 7 1994
WATCHING
TV LOOKS AT PREVENTING Vol. 9, No. 8 1994
CHILD ABUSE
KIDS’ TV SUMMIT CALLED Vol. 9, No. 9 1994
CRITICAL IN ELECTRONIC AGE
FILMS, TV NEED MORE Vol. 9, No. 10 1994
CATHOLIC INFLUENCE
THE POPE CHOOSES 1995 WORLD Vol. 9, No. 11 1994
COMMUNICATIONS DAY THEME
A LITURGICAL FEAST Vol. 9, No. 12 1994

29TH WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 10, Nos. 1 & 2 1995


DAY
29TH WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 10, No. 3 1995
DAY: “Cinema: Communicator of
Culture & of Values.”
FABC PLANNING MEETING Vol. 10, No. 4 April 1995
DRAFTS SOCIAL
COMMUNICATION PRIORITIES
MEDIA: VEHICLE OF CULTURE & Vol. 10, No. 5 May 1995
AUTHENTIC VALUES
RADIO VERITAS ASIA Vol. 10, No. 6 June 1995
CONCLUDES SILVER JUBILEE
CELEBRATIONS
COMMUNICATION IN THE Vol. 10, No. 7 July 1995
SERVICE OF LIFE
CHINA: MAGAZINE ON RELIGION Vol. 10, No. 8 August 1995
PUBLISHED
INDIA: BISHOPS, SUPERIORS Vol. 10, No. 9 September 1995
ATTEND COMMUNICATION
PLANNING WORKSHOP
COMMUNICATIONS DAY 1996 Vol. 10, No. 10 October 1995
THEME: PROMOTING WOMEN’S
ROLE IN SOCIETY
FABC-OSC COMMUNICATION Vol. 10, No. 11 November 1995
RESEARCH AWARD
SOCIAL COMMUNICATION & Vol. 10, No. 12 December 1995
CATECHESIS

PAKISTAN: “ART FOR FAITH & Vol. 11, No. 1 January 1996
DEVELOPMENT”
30TH WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 11, No. 2 February & March 1996
DAY “The Media: Modern Forum for
Promoting the Role of Women in
Society”
ASIAN BISHOPS FACE Vol. 11, Nos. 6 & 7 July & August 1996
COMMUNICATION CHALLENGES
1ST ASIAN CATHOLIC TV Vol. 11, No. 8 September 1996
SATELLITE CHANNEL ON AIR
INDIA: CHITRABANI FILM Vol. 11, No. 9 October 1996
SELECTED FOR LONDON
SCREENING
KOREA: VIETNAMESE BISHOP’S Vol. 11, No. 10 November 1996
BOOK TRANSLATED IN KOREAN
WORLD COMMUNICATIONS DAY Vol. 11, No. 11 December 1996
1997 THEME: Communicating Jesus:
The Way, The Truth & The Life

EVANGELIZATION OF CULTURE Vol. 12, No. 1 January 1997


MUST BE PRIORITY
31ST WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 12, Nos. 2 / 3 February / March 1997
DAY
THEME: “Communicating Jesus: The
Way, the Truth & the Life”
INDIA: JOURNALISTS Vol. 12, No. 4 April 1997
CONVENTION & ICPA MEET ‘97
INDIA: NEW VIDEO ON VALUES Vol. 12, No. 6 June 1997
ED
2ND ANNUAL FABC-OSC Vol. 12, No. 7 July 1997
COMMUNICATION RESEARCH
AWARD
INDIA: NOISE POLLUTION Vol. 12, No. 8 August 1997
CONTROL
“PUBLIC RELATIONS” LESSONS Vol. 12, No. 9 September 1997
FOR ASIAN BISHOPS
CHINA: SHENYANG DIOCESE Vol. 12, No. 10 October 1997
LIBRARY
1998 WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 12, No. 11 November 1997
DAY THEME
COMMUNICATION Vol. 12, No. 12 December 1997
CONSEQUENCES OF “A NEW WAY
OF BEING CHURCH IN ASIA”
COMMUNICATIONS INFO
(FEDERATIONS OF ASIAN BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE-OFFICE OF SOCIAL
COMMUNICATION)

1998-2004 ISSUES

BANNER NEWS VOLUME NO. / ISSUE NO. DATE


FINAL CONSIDERATIONS: A NEW Vol. 13, No. 1 January 1998
WAY OF BEING CHURCH IN ASIA,
COMMUNICATION
CONSEQUENCES
32ND WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 13, Nos. 2 / 3 February / March 1998
DAY
THEME: “Sustained by the Holy Spirit,
communicate hope”
UCIP ELECTS ASIAN WOMEN Vol. 13, No. 10 October 1998
PRESIDENT, SPEAKS FOR ASIAN
MINORITIES
HONG KONG: “WARMTH TO THE Vol. 13, No. 11 November 1998
WORLD” EMERGES
THE ASIAN SYNOD & SOCIAL Vol. 13, No. 12 December 1998
COMMUNICATION The 3rd Annual
FABC-OSC Bishops’ Meet

VIETNAM: NEW BIBLE Vol. 14, No. 1 January 1999


TRANSLATION
MESSAGE OF THE HOLY FATHER Vol. 14, Nos. 2 & 3 February / March 1999
FOR THE 33RD WORLD
COMMUNICATIONS DAY
THEME: “Mass Media: a friendly
companion for those in search of the
Father”
JAPAN: CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WIN Vol. 14, No. 7 July 1999
MUSIC AWARDS
VIETNAM: CATHOLIC PRESS Vol. 14, No. 8 August 1999
SEMINAR
THE 2ND BISHOPS’ INSTITUTE FOR Vol. 14, No. 9 September 1999
SOCIAL COMMUNICATION
(BISCOM) ON “Modern
Communication Technologies:
Challenge for the Church in Asia?”
KOREA: INTERNET Vol. 14, No. 10 October 1999
EVANGELIZATION
ASIAN RESEARCH CENTER FOR Vol. 14, No. 11 November 1999
RELIGION & SOCIAL
COMMUNICATION OPENS
THE 4TH ANNUAL “FABC-OSC Vol. 14, No. 12 December 1999
BISHOPS’ MEET ‘99”

VIETNAM: BISHOPS LAUNCH Vol. 15, No. 4 April 2000


WEBSITE, NEWSLETTER
INDONESIA: BISHOP SUPPORTS Vol. 15, No. 5 May 2000
MUSLIMS’ KORAN RECITATION
FESTIVAL
JUBILEE OF THE JOURNALISTS Vol. 15, No. 6 June 2000
FABC-OSC ORGANIZES TWO Vol. 15, No. 7 July 2000
BISCOM’S IN 2001
RADIO VERITAS ASIA HOSTS Vol. 15, No. 8 August 2000
PROGRAM PLANNING MEET
BISCOM II.1: HANDS-ON Vol. 15, No. 9 September 2000
TRAINING ON THE INTERNET, E-
MAIL, CYBERSPACE
E-BONDING OF FABC OFFICES Vol. 15, No. 10 October 2000
WORLD COMMUNICATION DAY Vol. 15, No. 11 November 2000
2001: “PREACH THE GOSPEL
FROM THE HOUSETOPS IN THE
AGE OF SOCIAL
COMMUNICATIONS”
FABC-OSC BISHOPS’ MEET 2000 Vol. 15, No. 12 December 2000

NEW MANAGEMENT FOR RADIO Vol. 16, No. 1 January 2001


VERITAS ASIA (RVA)
35TH WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 16. Nos. 2 / 3 February / March 2001
DAY
THEME: “Preach from the Housetops:
The Gospel in the Age of Global
Communication”
HONG KONG: FAITH SECTION IN Vol. 16, No. 4 April 2001
SECULAR WEEKLY
BISCOM II.1: ASIAN BISHOPS Vol. 16, No. 5 May 2001
LEARN INTERNET TECHNOLOGY
BISCOM III: SOCIAL Vol. 16, No. 6 June 2001
COMMUNICATION FORMATION
IN PRIESTLY FORMATION &
MISSION
MACAU: FAITH ON LINE Vol. 16, No. 7 July 2001
INDONESIA: JAVANESE PLAY Vol. 16, No. 8 August 2001
CAN HELP EVANGELIZATION
MALAYSIA: BISHOP FOR Vol. 16, No. 9 September 2001
COMMUNICATION IN EDUCATION
COUNCIL
EAST ASIAN YOUTH TAKE Vol. 16, No. 10 October 2001
CRITICAL STANCE TOWARDS I.T.
FABC-OSC BISHOPS’ MEET ‘01 Vol. 16, No. 11 November 2001
UNDA, OCIC MERGER SEALED Vol. 16, No. 12 December 2001

PRIESTLY FORMATION MUST BE Vol. 17, No. 1 January 2002


HOLISTIC
36TH WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 17, Nos. 2 & 3 February / March 2002
DAY
THEME: “Internet: A New Forum for
Proclaiming the Gospel”
‘SEAMS’ TO TAKE Vol. 17, No. 4 April 2002
COMMUNICATION CONCERNS
TAIWAN: TRADITIONAL VALUES Vol. 17, No. 5 May 2002
FADING AMONG WEB SURFERS
ONLINE FAITH FORMATION Vol. 17, No. 6 June 2002
PROJECT IN ASIA PLANNED
KOREA: REVISED TRANSLATION Vol. 17, No. 7 July 2002
OF VATICAN II TEXTS PUBLISHED
IN MEMORIAM... Vol. 17, No. 8 August 2002
THEME FOR WORLD Vol. 17, No. 9 September 2002
COMMUNICATIONS DAY 2003
INDIA: BISHOP ORDERS PROBE Vol. 17, No. 10 October 2002
INTO ATTACK ON MEDIA
PERSONS
RADIO VERITAS ASIA PROGRAMS Vol. 17, No. 11 November 2002
INSPIRE PEOPLE
BISCOM IV: E-GENERATION: THE Vol. 17, No. 12 December 2002
COMMUNICATION OF YOUNG
PEOPLE IN ASIA. A CONCERN OF
THE CHURCH

FABC APPOINTS CONSULTANT Vol. 18, No. 1 January 2003


FOR RADIO VERITAS ASIA
37TH WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 18, Nos. 2 & 3 February / March 2003
DAY
THEME: “The Communication Media
at the Service of Authentic Peace in the
Light of PACEM IN TERRIS”
JAPAN: 1ST OFFICIAL CATECHISM Vol. 18, No. 4 April 2003
IN 67 YEARS ISSUED
ASIAN RESEARCH CENTER FOR Vol. 18, No. 5 May 2003
RELIGION & SOCIAL
COMMUNICATION (ARC)
INDONESIA: THEOLOGIZING Vol. 18, No. 6 June 2003
NEEDS SIMPLE LANGUAGE,
PARTICIPATION

KOREA: BISHOPS AWARD YOUTH Vol. 19, No. 1 January 2004


TV PROGRAM
38TH WORLD COMMUNICATIONS Vol. 19, Nos. 2 & 3 February / March 2004
DAY
THEME: “The Media & the Family: A
Risk & a Richness”
MEDIA FORUM

1997-2004 ISSUES

BANNER NEWS VOLUME NO. / ISSUE NO. DATE


RADIO MEDIA: THE April 1997
TEMPTATION

COMMUNICATION February 1998


TECHNOLOGIES & THE HUMAN
PERSON
DR CONGO: ALLEY TO April 1998
AWARENESS

QUESTIONNAIRE: MEDIA FOR January 1999


THE POOR?
CAMECO: CHANGE OF February 1999
LEADERSHIP
SPECIAL EDITION March / April 1999
30 YEARS OF CAMECO: MEDIA
WITH THE POOR?

AFRICA: INTERNET 1st Semester January 2000


PROFILE: TRAINING IN 2nd Semester February 2000
POLAND
SPECIAL ISSUE 3rd & 4th Semesters March / April 2000
INTERNET

GERMANY: FUNCITY ON 1st Semester January 2001


INTERNET
INTERNATIONAL: OCIC-UNDA 2nd Semester February 2001
MERGER
LATIN AMERICA: RADIOS 3rd Semester March 2001
POPULARES

AFRICA: NEWS SERVICES February 2002


SPECIAL EDITION March / April 2002
GIVE QUALITY MANAGEMENT
& EVALUATION A BETTER
CHANCE

INTERNATIONAL: CATHOLIC January 2003


COMMUNICATION OFFICES
SPECIAL EDITION February / March 2003
....AND THE WORD BECAME
IMAGE

WSIS: SUMMING UP INSPIRING January 2004


PRACTICE
SOUTH-AFRICA: ASSISTANCE February 2004
FOR SELF-PUBLISHING
2001-2004 ISSUES

BANNER NEWS VOLUME NO. / ISSUE NO. DATE


WORLD CONGRESS No. 4 December 2001

REFRESHER PROGRAMMES No. 1 March 2002


WELCOME TO ZIMBABWE No. 2 June 2002
SHARIA DEVASTATES NIGERIA No. 3 September 2002
DISCRIMINATION AGAINST No. 4 December 2002
MINORITIES

DIAMOND JUBILEE No. 1 March 2003


CELEBRATIONS
YOUNG PEOPLE IN QUEBEC, No. 2 June 2003
CANADA
INTERNATIONAL MEDIA No. 3 September 2003
AWARDS

WORLD CONGRESS 2004 No. 1 March 2004


2003-2004 ISSUES

BANNER NEWS VOLUME NO. / ISSUE NO. DATE


THE WEBSITE, A MEETING No. 1 January-February 2003
PLACE FOR THE ENTIRE
ASSOCIATION
2003 BOARD MEETING IN LIMA No. 2 April / May 2003
THE SIGNIS ADVOCACY No. 3 June / July 2003
PROGRAMME
ASSEMBLY OF DELEGATES 2003 No. 4 September 2003
FORMATION OF SIGNIS- No. 5 November 2003
BELARUS

MEDIA AT THE SERVICE OF A No. 1 February / March 2004


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