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10 - GROWING UP ADOPTED Santa Clarans who have adopted children or are adopted discuss their experiences with interracial adoption and talk about the identity crisis years most adoptees face. By Susan Frey

16 - WHAT YOUR DOCTOR DOESN'T KNOW CAN KILL YOU A small but growing number of doctors around the world are turning to biological medicine to treat their patients with cancer and other serious diseases. By Michael Sheehan '77

20 - SCU's FATHER GOOSE When John Drahrnann shepherds undergraduates through the academic maze, he often counsels their parents as well. By Thomas F. Black and Maureen Mclnaney '85

23 - FIRENZE: A JUNIOR'S YEAR ABROAD Although the author's junior year abroad was 15 years ago, its impact on her life as a journalist is still felt today. By Kathleen Sharp '76

26 - BREATHING LAY LIFE INTO THE PARISH The role lay persons have assumed in directing the modern parish is one of the most historic shifts that has occurred since Vatican II. By Julie Sly '82

Publication Date

Winter 1991


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Peg Major

Santa Clara Magazine, Volume 33 Number 2, Winter 1991

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