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'The Essence of Our Common Bond'

dot VOL. 47, No. 5 / OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 2001
Big Book Fourth Edition—Reflects Today’s Diverse Membership

dot VOL. 47, No. 6 / HOLIDAY ISSUE 2001
Rotated—But Not Out of Service In Newfoundland

dot VOL. 48, No. 1 / FEBRUARY-MARCH 2002
In Tokyo, One Alcoholic Can Now Talk With Another In Español

dot VOL. 48, No. 2 / APRIL-MAY 2002
Homebound—But Not Alone or Away From A.A.

dot VOL. 48, No. 3 / JUNE-JULY 2002
52nd General Service Conference “Sharing the Steps, Traditions and Concepts”

dot VOL. 48, No. 4 / AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 2002
How L.A.’s First Spanish-Speaking District Came to Be

dot VOL. 48, No. 5 / OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 2002
Let Your Group Know About A.A.’s Best-Kept Secret – Box 4-5-9

dot VOL. 48, No. 6 / HOLIDAY ISSUE 2002
As our Fellowship enters its 68th year, may we continue to experience the miracle of sobriety, and the magic of sharing A.A. experience with others. All of us at the General Service Office wish you love, peace and spiritual strength throughout the holiday season.

dot VOL. 49, No. 1 / FEBRUARY-MARCH 2003
The A.A. Message Knows No Borders at World Service Meeting

dot VOL. 49, No. 2 / APRIL-MAY 2003
Welcome to Your A.A. General Service Office

dot Vol. 49, No. 3 / June-July 2003
53rd General Service Conference “Living A.A.’s Principles Through Sponsorship”

dot Vol. 49, No. 4 / August-September 2003
Sub-Saharan Africa Zonal Meeting Confronts Enormous Challenges To Emerging Service Structures

dot Vol. 49, No.5 / October-November 2003
The A.A. Message of Recovery Continues to Spread Around the World

dot Vol. 49, No.6 / HOLIDAY ISSUE 2003
As the holiday lights come on, we give thanks. Thanks for the inner light which is our sobriety in A.A. Thanks for the light of hope in the face of the sick alcoholic who is reborn. Thanks for the light of the present — the awareness of this precious moment. Thanks for the light of new attitudes. And humble thanks for the glorious light of love through fellowship and service.
May the grace of light fill each day of the coming year.

dot Vol. 50, No. 1 / February-March 2004
Come and Celebrate A.A.’s 70th Birthday In a Wonderful Whirl of Toronto

dot Vol. 50, No. 2 / April-May 2004
Singleness of Purpose

dot Vol. 50, No. 3 / June-July 2004
54th General Service Conference “Our Singleness of Purpose—The Cornerstone of A.A.”

dot Vol. XX, No. 4 / August-September 2004
The Fellowship’s International Monthly Journal Celebrates 60 Years of Continuous Publication

dot Vol. 50, No. 5 / October-November 2004
A.A.s in Canada Carry Message of Hope To the Inuit and Their Communities

dot Vol. 50, No. 6 / HOLIDAY ISSUE 2004
Around the world, many recognize this time of year as a season of giving. For those of us fortunate enough to have been guided to Alcoholics Anonymous, our season of giving is all year round. Every twenty-four hours invites us to pass on to others what was so freely given to us, and to rejoice in the gift of our sobriety. May the New Year bring you many opportunities to give and receive through the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous.

dot Vol. 51, No. 1 / February-March 2005
18th World Service Meeting ‘One Meeting—Many Languages—One Fellowship’ Delegates

dot Vol. 51, No. 2 / April-May 2005
What is the General Service Conference? Conference shall be a service body only; never a government

dot Vol. 51, No. 3 / June-July 2005
55th General Service Conference Basics of Our Home Group—Recovery, Unity and Service

dot Vol. 51, No. 4 / August-September 2005
“I Am Responsible” Over 44,000 A.A.s Celebrate Sobriety

dot Vol. 51, No. 5 / October-November 2005
A.A. Meeting on a Frozen Continent

dot Vol. 51, No. 6 / HOLIDAY ISSUE 2005
During this holiday season, a time to be with family and friends, we give thanks for the healing power of love and sobriety in the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous

dot Vol. 52, No. 1 / February-March 2006
Dark Districts—a Focus for Many Area Delegates

dot Vol. 52, No. 2 / April-May 2006
G.S.O.’s Evolving Web Site Undergoes Another Overhaul

dot Vol. 52, No. 3 / June-July 2006
56th General Service Conference “Sponsorship, Service and Self-Support in a Changing World”

dot Vol. 52, No. 4 / August-September 2006
Father Ed Dowling—Bill W.’s Confidant and Friend

dot Vol. 52, No. 5 / October-November 2006
Hurricane Katrina—One Year Later

dot Vol. 52, No. 6 / HOLIDAY ISSUE 2006
Wishing You a Peaceful & Serene Holiday Season, and Health & Sobriety Throughout the Coming Year.

dot Vol. 53, No. 1 / February-March 2007
A.A. Under The Maple Leaf—The Beginning of A.A. in Canada

dot Vol. 53, No. 2 / April-May 2007
The Health of A.A. Worldwide Hinges on Twelfth Stepping at Home

dot Vol. 53, No. 3 / June-July 2007
57th General Service Conference

dot Vol. 53, No. 4 / August-September 2007
Intergroup/Central Offices: A.A.’s Front Line

dot Vol. 53, No. 5 / October-November 2007
Coming in Young and Staying Sober in A.A.

dot Vol. 53, No. 6 / HOLIDAY ISSUE 2007
In this Holiday Season Of Gratitude and Spiritual Renewal, Your Friends at G.S.O. Wish You Peace and Sobriety in the Coming Year.

dot Vol. 54, No. 1 / February-March 2008
Spanish Big Book Published in New Third Edition

dot Vol. 54, No. 2 / April-May 2008
Has Your Group Looked in the Mirror Lately?

dot Vol. 54, No. 3 / June-July 2008
58th General Service Conference

dot Vol. 54, No. 4 / August-September 2008
They’re Back in Prison—But This Time It’s Voluntary

dot Vol. 54, No. 5 / October-November 2008
A.A. in Cyberspace—G.S.O.’s A.A. Web Site Takes Another Step Forward

dot Vol. 54, No. 6 / HOLIDAY ISSUE 2008
To all who have come before, To all who are here, and to those yet to come: Know that we are here to serve the Fellowship. May this holiday season wrap you in its loving embrace, And may your Higher Power guide and light your way into the future. -Happy Holidays

dot Vol. 55, No. 1 / February-March 2009
The 59th General Service Conference—Evolution and Endurance

dot Vol. 55, No. 2 / April-May 2009
Come and Celebrate A.A.’s 75th Birthday in San Antonio, Texas

dot Vol. 55, No. 3 / Summer 2009
59th General Service Conference

dot Vol. 55, No. 4 / Fall 2009
70 Years and Counting: A.A.’s ‘Basic Text’ Hits Another Milestone

dot Vol. 55, No. 5 / Winter 2009
During this Holiday Season, as we reflect on a year of change and challenges, we ar filled with gratitude for what we know is our greatest gift—sobriety. We fing great joy in knowing that sobriety is as gift of continuous giving that we share, though sponsorship, service to the Fellowship, and reaching out to the man or woman who has not yet heard A.A.'s message of hope. Everyone at G.S.O. sends their warmest wishes for the Holiday Season and for the New Year.

dot Vol. 56, No. 1 / Spring 2010
Making Way for the Future: G.S.O.’s A.A. Archives Gets a Renovation

dot Vol. 56, No. 2 / Summer 2010
60th General Service Conference

dot Vol. 57, No. 3 / Fall 2010
A.A.'s 75th Birthday Celebration - Under the theme “A Vision For You,” over 53,000 A.A. members and friends gathered together in San Antonio, July 1-4, to celebrate A.A.’s 75th Anniversary. This was the largest group San Antonio, a frequent convention city, had ever seen, and shop owners, cab drivers, hotel personnel and average citizens were quick to comment on the joyful, orderly, well-behaved group of sober drunks who had taken over their city.



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